> That´s not my problem to solve, but think about it: You can get a lot more
> information using CCTV cameras, and those are everywhere. Unfortunately,
> nobody cares, and it´s not like you have a choice. So why would there
> be any legal issues?
It's called "A Law". Different places have different laws. Different
places have different attitudes towards being lawful.
> I´m surprised that wireless access point controllers, by default, do not
> use the strength of the signal received from a device by three or more access
> points to simply triangulate the position of the device. Of course, you
> only get the positions of devices relative to access points, but once you
> have that, you only need to use a map of the place that shows all the access
> points and the positions of devices relative to them to figure out where
> everyone is.
I'm surprised you didn't find anything about this on Google - you did
try Google didn't you?
or this paper
OK. I know I said before it was basically impossible - but I hadn't
googled for it then. It just goes to show that asking CentOS admins
about cutting edge WiFi issues is not going to get you very far.
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