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How to turn off location tracking on your iPhone or iPad

ost of us already know that many apps track our location data to better deliver information about local weather, shops, or movie showtimes. , though, reveals that this data is often frighteningly precise and collected up to 14,000 times per day. It’s so precise, in fact, that it’s possible to figure out intimate details of a person’s life merely by studying it. Worse, some apps sell this data to companies who

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