11 Apr 2020
Browsers can track your geolocation and transmit this data to sites. When a website asks for this information, the browser asks the user whether to accept or decline the request. Then the browser remembers the user's choice for this site, and provides data on the user's geolocation or rejects these requests automatically.
Where does the browser get your coordinates from? Most browsers get this data through the Google Maps API. For example, the browser sends your IP address and Wifi to Google. In response, Google sends the browser the coordinates of your device. But GoLogin can change your geolocation. How it works?
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