Posted on February 6, 2009 by sarahhorrigan
BBC NEWS | Technology | Privacy fears over Google tracker
Google has announced a new feature that allows users to share their locations among a chosen network of friends.
The “opt-in” Latitude service uses data from mobile phone masts, GPS, or wi-fi hardware to update a user’s location automatically.
Users can also manually set their advertised location anywhere they like, or turn the broadcast off altogether.
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