Rappler's latest stories on location data
'While Google users are led to believe they can opt-out of location tracking, the company exploits other avenues to invade personal privacy,' Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich says
The move seeks to give users more context and information about messages aimed at influencing politics
Location data may still be collected via Google Maps and search even if a user has turned off a setting labeled 'Location History'
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