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Triangulation of Cell Phone For Identification

Today's bombing at the Boston Marathon makes you wonder . . . Were the device(s) used to trigger the bomb done by a wireless device or cell phone?  If a wireless devices was used to trigger the explosion, this device would have need to talk to a WiFi or cellular network in the area.  Every devices has an IP address but is every IP address tied to an individual or busienss?  This raises the question should all wireless devices have identification tied to them?  Surely, police should be able to obtain all of the cell phone records and track all of the devices being using by AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile or Sprint in the area and narrow down the suspects?  This raises the question once again should our privacy take priority over our safety?   

<a href="http://www.sodahead.com/fun/should-all-wireless-devices-be-securely-registered-to-a-person-or-business/question-3639329/" title="Should All Wireless Devices Be Securely Registered To A Person or Business?">Should All Wireless Devices Be Securely Registered To A Person or Business?</a>

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