Most people are totally fine with approved applications using GPS data. After all, many popular apps on Android rely on GPS data to provide the level of function promised by the app being used at the time. But what about when an application is using GPS data and sending it elsewhere without your knowledge?
According to this article, it seems that some popular Android apps are sending user GPS data to remote servers without the user being aware of it. This means, unbeknownst to them, confidential data is being broadcast to who knows where.
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