Law enforcement agencies use a “geofence” search warrant to get the location history of any device located in the area of a crime. Google receives most of these warrants because it stores device information in a database known as Sensorvault. If your phone has Location History enabled, this is where your data is most likely tracked and stored. Read more about it at AP News.
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