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post #11 of 12
If you have an e-mail, it's available to the government. Same goes with phones and anything GPS related. Standing up for you civil rights? Don't make me laugh. Just buy a phone that does what you want it to do, end of story.
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post #12 of 12
Remember fellas, don't let this get political.

As said above, all smartphones do it although you can turn it off with android.... and lose heaps of features

Really, its just for advertising, and its usually way off (I used the location viewer thingy on my phone, said I was on the other side of town).
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