Google tracks you everywhere, even if you explicitly tell it not to.
Every time a service like Google Maps wants to use your location, Google asks your permission to allow access to your location if you want to use it for navigating, but a new investigation shows that the company does track you anyway.
An investigation by Associated Press revealed that many Google services on Android and iPhone devices store records of your location data even when you have paused “Location History” on your mobile devices.
Disabling “Location History” in the privacy settings of Google applications should prevent Google from keeping track of your every movement, as its own support page states: “You can turn off Location History at any time. With Location History off, the places you go are no longer stored.”
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