This service may collect, use, and share location data


Service: Google Chrome
Status: APPROVED
Changes: 2
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Author: Agnes de Lion Staff


Chrome automatically shares your location with your default search engine if the Chrome app has permission to access your location and you haven’t blocked geolocation for the associated web site. Chrome uses Google Location Services to estimate your location. The information that Chrome sends to Google Location Services may include: </p> <ul> <li>The Wi-Fi routers closest to you </li> <li>Cell IDs of the cell towers closest to you </li> <li>The strength of your Wi-Fi or cell signal </li> <li>The IP address that is currently assigned to your device </li>


Comments:
On 2021-06-15 10:05:39 UTC, CyanoTex Curator wrote:

APPROVED
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Version 2: 2021-06-14 12:50:36 UTC by Agnes de Lion Staff

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