Terrorists go digital, using iPhones, Google to coordinate attacks
By Yossi Melman
Tags: terror, google earth
In Egypt, the GPS utility on the iPhone has been banned from the general public and is restricted to military use.
The restrictions stem from fears Cairo has that terrorists can utilize the mapping tool to coordinate attacks, and Apple, which developed the popular gadget, has acquiesced and removed GPS devices from iPhones sold in Egypt.
Their fears are not unfounded. Last month terrorists attacking Mumbai used Google Earth to plan the blitz, according to findings from India's security services.