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[Mothership] Entire S’pore’s frequented paths, roads mapped by fitness tracking app https://t.co/Vc1tZx6ESQ

In November 2017, fitness tracking app Strava tapped public user data to launch a global visual heatmap. Advertisement This is how it looks like for Singapore: Check out the heatmap of Singapore here The aim was to display popular exercise routes. However, over weekend it was pointed out the heatmap exposes the location and layout of covert military bases globally. This is due to military personnel running or cycling with their smartphones or fitness trackers, such as Fitbit. Story continues below Some Articles That Could Use Traffic City Harvest Church saga to (finally) come to long-awaited conclusion on Feb. 1, 2018 It has been five and a half years since the six leaders were first charged in court. Hail reportedly fell in Yishun, Sengkang & other north & northeastern parts of S’pore Drop, drop, drop like grapes. With billions of data points collated and made publicly av...

Full article: https://mothership.sg/2018/01/strava-singapore/

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