Turns out Google knows everywhere you’ve been and has a log of it.
Google has a program that uses red dots on a map to mark where a user is and has been which of course makes it easier to identify them if anyone wishes to do so.
To see exactly what Google has been up to, just click here and log in with the same Google account that you use on your phone and you will be able to see exactly where Google has a record of you from the day one of the current month that you’re in.
Even if you turn off all the privacy settings the folks over at Google still collect your info.
But you can reduce that by a following a few simple steps:
Go to the Google Maps Location History page and click the gear logo to access History settings.
Here you can disable or enable the service. (Disabling still doesn’t remove past history)
To erase the information Google Maps has on you over the past 30 days go to the Location History Page and use the pull down menu to highlight the history of up to 30 days. Below the Calendar you’ll see an option to delete your history from the time period you have chosen or to delete ALL history.
To listen to the guys chatting about this please click here!