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Your iPhone is watching you (VIDEO)



NEW YORK, Feb 17 — Apple iOS has an internal function called frequent locations, which is automatically on for every iPhone user. It records and stores your location history.

It’s not just Apple of course — every app and technology company requests access to your location information which is pinged off your phone dozens of times a day.

It might be time for a privacy checkup. — Bloomberg

Your iPhone, or any other smartphone, records and stores your location history. — Reuters picYour iPhone, or any other smartphone, records and stores your location history. — Reuters pic

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