Ways that Google tricks users into sharing location

Øyvind H. Kaldestad:

In our opinion, the scale in which Google tracks the location of its users breaches the GDPR. Users have not given free, specific, informed and unambiguous consent to the collection and use of location data, particularly considering the scale of tracking going on, says Gro Mette Moen.

– Data protection law requires that companies make it easier for users to make clear and informed choices, and let users take control of their own personal data. Unfortunately, this is not the case with Google, which is at odds with the expectations of consumers and the intention of the new regulation.

Many taxpayer funded K-12 School Districts use google services, including Madison.