Google probably already knows your age, your interests, and everything you've looked at online. But now, there's proof that Google knows where you are pretty much all of the time as well. And it's proof Google gave us!
Google's location tracking site shows exactly where you and your cell phone have been. It even conveniently breaks down the locations it shows by day, proving that not only is the tech giant aware of users' locations, but it's also keeping a detailed record.
All of this is either fine or incredibly creepy. Luckily, it's very easy to turn off the tracking ability on your phone. For Google to record data on your phone's location, you must have enabled both location reporting and location history. Luckily, Google has provided step-by-step instructions for how to turn those off in case you're entirely creeped out. And if you're not, well, now you have Google to help you remember all those times you've gone down to the corner store for milk because it was the only thing open at 4 a.m.
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