We see that servers have access to our IP addresses and other information.That information can be used to estimate our location – to geo-locate us – at a given time.To see how that works, we will take a quick look at Internet communication technology – data packets, URLs and IP addresses.We will look at ways to maintain anonymity if desired, and conclude by considering the aggregation of data that we and our friends release voluntarily.
packet header and body, log, geo-location, aggregating information, proxy server, social graph, anonymity, IP address, URL
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