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The recent proliferation of wireless local area networks (WLAN) has introduced new location privacy risks. An adversary controlling several access points could triangulate a client's position. In addition, interface identifiers uniquely identify each client, allowing tracking of location over time. We enhance location privacy through frequent disposal of a client's interface identifier. The described system curbs the adversary's ability to continuously track a client's position. Designdoi:10.1145/941326.941334 dblp:conf/wmash/GruteserG03 fatcat:273obxyxhneifg4tvqb7iqbsqi