Below please find various resources that informed the discussion regarding the mobile location issues. If you have additional sources, please email them to email@example.com
CTIA's "Best Practices and Guidelines for Location-Based Services" [PDF version], April 2, 2008
Research Report: A Supermajority of Californians Supports Limits on Law Enforcement Access to Cell Phone Location Information, By Jennifer King and Chris Jay Hoofnagle of the Samuelson Law, Technology & Public Policy Clinic, University of California-Berkeley School of Law, April 18, 2008
PowerPoint Presentation by Larry Magid at "Location Meets Social Networking, April 25, 2007 [1.2 mb]
PowerPoint Presentation by Jim Dempsey at "Location Meets Social Networking, April 25, 2007 [3 mb]
Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) (Formerly Location Inter-operability Forum (LIF)) Privacy Guidelines, See Document Reference TR 101
UK Mobile Marketing Association Code of Conduct, November 2005
CTIA petition to the FCC on Wireless Location Privacy Principles, November 22, 2000
FTC Workshop "The Mobile Wireless Web, Data Services and Beyond: Emerging Technologies and Consumer Issues,"and Staff Report, December 2000.
Morris, John, Center for Democracy & Technology, Position Paper on "P3P and the Privacy of Location Information," W3C Workshop on the Future of P3P
Smart Mobs, Book by Howard Rheingold
Wireless Location Privacy: Law and Policy in the U.S., EU and Japan, ISOC MEMBER BRIEFING #15,
Mobile Commerce, Directorate For Science, Technology And Industry Committee On Consumer Policy, OECD, 16-Jan-2007, (See Section IV. Privacy And Security Issues)
Norman Sadeh, Fabien Gandon and Oh Buyng Kwon, "Ambient Intelligence: The MyCampus Experience," Chapter in "Ambient Intelligence and Pervasive Computing", Eds. T. Vasilakos and W. Pedrycz, ArTech House, 2006. (Also available as Tech. Report CMU-ISRI-05-123, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University)
Jason Cornwell, Ian Fette, Gary Hsieh, Madhu Prabaker, Jinghai Rao, Karen Tang, Kami Vaniea, Lujo Bauer, Lorrie Cranor, Jason Hong, Bruce McLaren, Mike Reiter, Norman Sadeh, "User-Controllable Security and Privacy for Pervasive Computing", Proceedings of the 8th IEEE Workshop on Mobile Computing Systems and Applications (HotMobile 2007), February 2007
Privacy Issues in Location-Aware Mobile Devices, "Thirteen specific privacy issues are enumerated and discussed as examples of the challenges we will face as these [location] technologies and their associated products and services are deployed," by R.P. Minch, Dept. of Networking, Operations, & Inf. Syst., Boise State Univ, January 2004
EFF Resource Page, "Can the government track your cell phone's location without probable cause?" "Is the government allowed to track your cell phone's location without a warrant based on probable cause? That's the question in a recent series of cases, where federal judges have begun to expose and reject secret surveillance requests."
CDT report, "Digital Search and Seizure: Updating Privacy Protections to Keep Pace with Technology," February 2006. Includes a chapter on wireless privacy.