Twitter knows where you are -- and that's a good thing

09/28/2009 | Bloomberg Businessweek

Privacy concerns about location-based social media services don't outweigh the benefits of using such technology, Max Zeledon writes. "Besides helping us track our location patterns or the nearest Starbucks, these apps collect valuable data about our daily routines and the routines of those closest to us." He says the information can be used to share useful information between friends and service businesses.

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