A lot of people don't like the power Google have online, and this won't help the internet giant any further.
If you have an Android phone and a Google account, then you might have been tracked without you knowing. Now, this'll be old news to some, but it seems like there's a good number of people out there who still have no idea.
Not to worry though - you can stop being tracked really easily
First off, watch this short video which tells you about how you're being tracked and how you can see where you've been - provided you had your phone in your pocket - via a section on Google Maps.
As you can see, you can go back in time and see where you've been on a Google Map, which may well give you the willies, but it is easy enough to fix.
First off, you should switch your location services off on your mobile. You'll find that in your settings. Some apps ask you to turn your location on, but you don't have to. Twitter doesn't need to know where you are and if you're using something like Tinder which requires your location to show you who wants to hump nearby, then only switch your location on when it is needed.
As the video shows, it is really easy to delete your location history, and you can find out more on that, here.