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    In the “nothing new(s)” department that should surprise no one:

    Google discloses in it’s nearly book-length privacy/use descriptions everything you (n)ever wanted to read all the way through. But you can find out fairly quickly that you have the “right” to turn off your location with, say, Google Maps, whether using an Android device, or iPhone.

    In the meantime, Google happily continues, through it’s “easy to read” (they say) fine print, to track your whereabouts and save it for themselves and whoever they market it to.,-like-it-or-not

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