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Privacy concerns using Android NETWORK_PROVIDER?

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Privacy concerns using Android NETWORK_PROVIDER?

Postby buckeye_droid » Fri Dec 04, 2009 8:09 pm

I know when Google's Maps for mobile with My Location came out that Google was "secretly" obtaining the location of its users to create its tower database. I'm wondering if that is still the case when using Android's network location provider to obtain location information when GPS is not available?

Thanks in advance!
BD
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