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How to prevent Google Maps from following our movements

Where's the news? We all know that the fence that defines our privacy, when we talk about the Internet, not net: social networks, advertising, search engines study every our cliche they know everything about us, what we like, what we buy. The news now concerns our movements: it seems that …

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<p>Where's the news? We all know the fence that borders <strong>our privacy</strong>, when it comes to the Internet, not net: social networks, advertising, search engines <strong>they study our every click</strong>and they know everything about us, what we like, what we buy. The news now concerns our movements: it seems <strong>let Google record our every move</strong> done in the last month, not only when we used the navigator, but constantly. You can easily see it here, where you should find it<strong> your itineraries</strong> of the last 30 days beautifully reconstructed on Google Maps.</p>
<p>This only happens if you have activated the<strong> location service of your smartphone</strong>: you still have time to turn it off and go back unreachable by Google. Just go here: <i>Settings> Privacy> Location</i>and uncheck <i>Use my location</i>.</p><div class=

There cataloging of these data just one of many ways to make personalized advertising for users: lots of shops and services could exploit this information to do proximity marketing.

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