Google will most likely face regulatory investigations after a report that it collects location data for certain apps – even when users turn off location history on their devices. According to Google's privacy page, users can turn off their location history at any time and their information will no longer be stored after that.

Ballard Spahr attorney and Co-Practice Leader of the firm's Privacy and Data Security Group, Ed McAndrew, said that Google's approach to disclosure policies for location data collection could draw the interest of federal and state regulators.

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