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Google To Honor "Don't-Track-Me-Bro" Requests 129

theodp writes "Someday soon, Google will allow owners of Wi-Fi access points to opt out of a Google service that uses their data to determine the location of others' smartphones. The opt-out service will be available globally, although it was created at the instigation of European privacy regulators, Google Global Privacy Counsel Peter Fleischer explained in a blog post."
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Google To Honor "Don't-Track-Me-Bro" Requests

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