Paul Sherer, a spokesman for LocationSmart, said the company does not buy or sell location information and only provides it “at the instant it is requested.””LocationSmart has maintained close communications with the wireless carriers about recent incidents,” LocationSmart said in a statement. “We are working with each of them to ensure that industry best practices and carrier guidelines are met and service is not interrupted for any of our customers as the carriers implement changes to their respective programs for use of location data.”In the wake of questions from Wyden’s staff, Verizon filed a letter Tuesdaysaying thatit is suspending its data sharing agreementwith LocationSmart and Zumigo until further notice. It will also refrain from signing new data sharing contracts with third parties.”Our review of our location aggregator program has led to a number of internal questions about how best to protect our customers’ location data,” Verizon wrote to Wyden.”Verizon did the responsible thing,” Wyden said Tuesday in a statement.
I should been there for her. I should been watching her. The day she died, I was supposed to be home from school already. The widespread tradition of embellishing the plain gold or silver wedding band with various designs and patterns has been known since at least 700 AD, in both Pan Hellenic and Celtic cultures. The quite ancient symbol of the ouroboros, the serpent which consumes its own tail, was a theme used for wedding rings made of iron in Rome. The ouroboros itself is a symbol of the oneness of creation and destruction in renewal and the life principle which timelessly feeds on its own inspiration.
One travel book I was reading mandated that you always pack three types of scarves, the large square scarf great for windy days protecting your head, a long oblong scarf for adding interest and fashion flair to your travel wardrobe and a bandanna sized scarf simply for multi purpose use. Sadly, whenever I pack, rarely do I even have a scarf on the list. It is not even on the radar.
Hey, I feeling very confused with something I was wondering if someone here might know more about the subject. I been living with and assisting a family member while they been sick for the past 5 years, they passed away last month. We made an attempt to sort everything out while they were living but there was no will made, because they didn really have assets with the exception of a few things that we switched into my name, made joint, or POD..