Even if "Location History" is off on your phone, Google often still stores your precise location . Here are some things you can do to delete those markers and keep your location as private as possible.
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The entire home boasts midcentury-modern charm. Yet, it's the master bathroom that steals the show. Built by Berkeley–based architect Jorgen Elmer in 1964 for renowned artist Tom Holland as a studio and
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15 years on, Iraqi people and the world are still suffering the consequences of the US-led invasion. Fifteen years ago today, Iraq was cast into the abyss as the US administration under George W Bush one
The Cambridge Analytica revelations illustrate why we can’t trust Facebook to police its own platform Facebook has found itself embroiled in yet another colossal controversy related to how its sprawling,
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Figures show a majority of young adults in 12 countries have no faith, with Czechs least religious Europe’s march towards a post-Christian society has been starkly illustrated by research showing a majority
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Two men chose opposing sides in the events 1917. Their decisions changed forever the lives of their families. "My grandfather was a terrorist," says Anton Antonovich Antonov-Ovseenko matter-of-factly.
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