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Google offers way for wireless network users to opt out of Google Location Server inclusion – SlashGear

Posted on: November 15, 2011


 

Google has announced a new plan that will help people that have wireless networks at home or in their offices opt out of being included in the Google Location Server. The GLS is one of the ways that Google helps provide location services to mobile users. When your network is in the GLS listings it can be used to find where a person is when they use location services on a mobile device.

via Google offers way for wireless network users to opt out of Google Location Server inclusion – SlashGear.

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