The Project Carmen Sandiego was created by Don Bailey and Nick DePetrillo and illustrated it as BlackHat 2010. This project was made possible because they wanted to increase the awareness of people on mobile phone security.
Using this commercially-available technology, people can now “track down GSM cell phone numbers, identify the person who owns the phone, and tracks the destinations of that person.”
An example of Project Carmen Sandiego is the HLR or Home Location Register. This technology is described as “a central database that contains details of each mobile phone . . . → Read More: Project Carmen Sandiego for Mobile Phone Security