Most people wary of location-based services, says Ovum

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Consumers are not comfortable with companies knowing their whereabouts

Over half of UK consumers are not comfortable with businesses using location-based technology to pinpoint their whereabouts, according to the latest research from Ovum. Some 61 per cent of respondents...

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