British mobile operator EE has been accused by The Sunday Times of selling clients´ personal information to the research firm Ipsos Mori, which later on sold them to the Metropolitan Police for tracking purposes.

According to the report, details for 27 million EE mobile phone users were sold, including gender, age, postcode, visited websites , the time of day they sent texts and their location when making calls. Ipsos Mori affirmed that costumers´ location can be tracked with...


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