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You can check this on google location history.... and I can attest it isn't entirely accurate (more so when the points are several kilometers apart, and I probably walked at supersonic speeds) As @flow has said though, its more of a socio/cultural issue as a technical one - I shouldn't be judging someone elses culture but this kind of unfounded ...
First, Google does track your Android device's location not solely on GPS. They use also WiFi Access Points and cell towers to do so. This makes not only the accuracy sometimes very inaccurate, but could also lead to false location reports. I doubt that Google will be helpful here. This is more of a social problem then a technical one, consisting of the ...
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