No vote was taken on any of the three ordinances Ald. Ed Burke (14) introduced before a joint meeting of his Finance Committee and the Committee on Economic, Capital and Technology Development.

All three ordinances–two of which were directly introduced in committee–aim to make consumers of cell phone technology aware that most smartphones and associated apps are built to geolocate and track what a user does on their phone.

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