Google collected data from a previously unknown Android service that included the location of the users.
Companies which collect personal data without the consent of users is a severe problem in today’s world. In theory, the reasons for collecting this personal data is usually innocuous, and it’s easy to see why people don’t trust big companies with their information.
The user’s location is one of the most treasured secrets, and people won’t typically consent to share this with other entities. Still, our phones are collecting all sorts of information, and if you’re not careful enough, the information will be uploaded.
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