August 20, 2018
Monica Piccininno
Disabling ‘Location History’ on your phone app is not enough

Privacy policies are outlined but who actually ever reads them.  If you are one of the few you would know that turning off your Location History is not suffice for Google to stop following you.  "It seems pretty sneaky to me that Google continues to store location data, unless you both disable "Location history" and "Web & App Activity." Storing location data offers big opportunities for marketers to further target their audience.

Google tracks users who turn off location history

Google records users' locations even when they have asked it not to, a report from the Associated Press has suggested. The issue could affect up to two billion Android and Apple devices which use Google for maps or search. The study, verified by researchers at Princet

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