sergeyr wrote:I am pretty sure it was mifi.
I took some photos around lake Tahoe, pretty remote area. No wifi networks. To my surprise, some of them showed up with geotag. When I checked it, the location was one of my friends' favourite coffee shop where she often works using her mifi. Apparently she left mifi on during trip to Tahoe and it got picked up.
In another example photo of Mt Shasta from the plane window got tagged as "MSP airport" - the plane was equipped with gogo internet service...
MikeV wrote:I suppose they could implement some kind of MAC filtering to keep certain MAC addresses from being added to the database, but that would need to be taken up with Skyhook and not Eye-Fi.
hyachts wrote:I agree that there ought to be a way to filter AP's that are, by their nature, mobile. Perhaps you should suggest to Skyhook that they contact some major mobile hotspot manufacturers and blacklist them:
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