Re: IP address <--> Global Positioning System (GPS)

From: Michael Erskine (osiris@deltaville.net)
Date: 06/18/02


From: osiris@deltaville.net (Michael Erskine)
Date: 17 Jun 2002 21:51:08 -0700


"Blah" <nospam@aol.com> wrote in message news:<KLYF8.4085$CC3.4475@sccrnsc01>...
> Actually, there is talk of doing just that. GPS devices have a unique
> identifier already, so it would be no issue to link that number statically
> with an IP v.6 addy, or dynamically with IP v.4. Either way, it would only
> be worthwhile in a Laptop or PDA devices (or other web enabled devices).
> The practiclal applications seem limited though.
>
Actually they are limited only by privacy concerns... myriad privacy concerns.

-m-



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