New Apple terms allow them to collect and share your "precise, real-time location"

iPhone/iPad users: the new version of iTunes showing up on your computer right about now has new, non-negotiable terms of service. If you install it, you "agree" to allow Apple to collect precise information about your location in real time and use it, sell it, or give it away. Apple promises that its location data is "collected anonymously in a form that does not personally identify you." Of course, AOL thought that the search data it released was anonymous and didn't personally identify people, either. They were wrong.

Privacy Change: Apple Knows Where Your Phone Is And Is Telling People