Google bars apps from using location tracking tool that sells user data

The company, called SafeGraph, had sold data sets to customers, which it obtained by having software developers embed SafeGraph’s code in their apps. One of the company’s clients was the US Centers for Disease Control, which gathered data as part of its response effort to the coronavirus pandemic, according to an investigation by Motherboard. .

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