the information we all leak about our location
So right, Mr Saffron. My IP geolocation is normally 200 to 500 miles out, and I like it that way. I turn off all Google spying options as the 'reminders' pester me every few days, and I keep my email addy to personal contacts. However, one of my Gmail disposable accounts demanded authentication via text to mobile phone. I'd thought of this too and keep an old Nokia with £1 throwaway SIM for such odd jobs. The text came in, gmail opened swiftly, within a few minutes my location changed to my post town a few miles away, and later that day I received an ad from a company in that town. I have to hand it to Google, but it's scary.