After probe, Google clarifies erroneous location-tracking policy

The Japan Times 

SAN FRANCISCO – Google has revised an erroneous description on its website of how its "Location History" setting works, clarifying that it continues to track users even if they have disabled the setting. The change came three days after an AP investigation revealed that several Google apps and websites store user location even if users have turned off the setting. Google has not changed its location-tracking practice in that regard. But its help page for the "Location History" setting now states: "This setting does not affect other location services on your device." It also acknowledges that "some location data may be saved as part of your activity on other services, like Search and Maps."

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