Lucent Announces Location Privacy Framework
Jan 20, 2004, 11:01 AM by (staff)
Lucent Technologies' Bell Labs has announced a new technology designed to give mobile device users fine-grained control over when, how, and with whom information about their physical location can be shared. The technology, dubbed Privacy-Conscious Personalization (PCP), is based on Lucent's commercial Vortex rules engine, part of the company's MiLife™ Intelligent Services Gateway.
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