<body> Public Ad Campaign: London's Shutting Down Those Creepy, Phone-Tracking "Smart" Trash Cans
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Monday, August 12, 2013

London's Shutting Down Those Creepy, Phone-Tracking "Smart" Trash Cans

As quickly as it began, the UK's long national nightmare of spying trash cans is over. Within days of reporting that the city's "smart bins" would be equipped with smartphone-tracking software, Quartz
has confirmed that city officials are shutting the whole thing down. More [HERE]

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