A recent story in the Wall Street Journal highlighted how Google was tracking your location on Android phones, and it’s a good example of the kinds of data Google collects about you.
The company is also using data from your location to improve advertising and other features.
Google is doing all of this to give you better ad targeting, which means better ads.
But it’s also creating an artificial “fingerprint” of where you are to target ads based on where you go, in some cases, according to the Journal.
The problem with Google’s ad targeting is that it doesn’t take into account the unique location of every person in the United States, nor the fact that a user might have been on a bus or on a plane.
The Google Maps app tracks your location and lets you choose to view your map in a few different ways.
When you’re on a train or bus, you’ll see a blue bar on the map that says “Stop here.”
If you’re at the mall or other shopping center, a bar with the word “Mall” in it will show up next to your location.
The app also offers more detailed information about your location when you use your phone’s camera or other sensors.
The only way to really know if Google is gathering data about you is to get ahold of the phone or tablet you’re using.
Google doesn’t usually share that information with the companies that own the apps or the businesses that run them, but the Journal found that the companies Google and Bing use to store data about users.
These companies also make their data available to third parties like Google.
Google can also use your data for its own ads, and the company has been doing so for years.
But in recent years, Google has started to show users a “cookie” that it’s collecting on their phones.
A cookie is a small text file that tells a browser where you’ve visited a certain page.
When Google collects data about the cookies it uses, it stores the information in cookies, and these cookies can be deleted or updated at any time.
Google has been getting a lot of attention for the way it’s gathering data from Android devices.
The Android operating system is used by almost all smartphones, and Google has developed a suite of apps and services that make it easy for people to use.
The latest version of Google’s Android mobile operating system, Android 6.0 Marshmallow, includes a new feature called “Nearby Location.”
When you open an app that’s built for Android, a small window appears on the right side of your screen, where you can see where nearby people are in the vicinity.
The window is called “nearby” because Google has also included a tiny icon next to the icon that lets you know that you’re near someone, and if you click on the icon you’ll be taken to a Google Maps page with information about nearby people and locations.
Google said the Nearby Location feature was built to help users make smarter decisions about which apps to use and which to hide, but it could also give companies more insight into what users are doing and how they use the apps and websites they use.
That’s one of the problems with the app tracking feature: If you’ve ever opened a search engine or other website on an Android device, you know how intrusive the tracking can be.
If you use the Near-by Location option, you’re unlikely to see any ads or other tracking.
But if you’ve used Google Maps on a mobile device before, you can find out what apps are running on your device.
You can also see what apps and other services are installed on your phone and what versions of those apps you’re running.
If there’s a version of Android that’s older than a particular version of Marshmallow that’s used by your device, those apps will be missing.
When I asked Google about the way the NearBy Location feature works, a spokesperson told Ars Technica that it only works when you’re in the app or browser tab, not when you are in a web browser.
In other words, the feature doesn’t work when you click the icon on the NearBY Location window.
The spokesperson also told Ars that Google doesn “t use Nearby to provide personalized ads” to users, but doesn’t make any other distinction.
Google does offer a few ways for users to opt out of this tracking, but you’ll likely have to change the settings in your device to turn it off.
It’s worth noting that this doesn’t mean that Google will stop collecting data about your activities, since Google says it will continue to collect data about how you use Android devices and apps.
The privacy statement Google puts out about how it uses your location doesn’t explicitly state that it collects data from you.
But the privacy statement does say that the company will “provide data collection services” to third-party companies to provide advertising.
“We will only collect data that is necessary to provide you with targeted ads and services.”
The company says it won’t “prov