My android phone does the same thing. I basically don't give a shit. I don't think it's one of those if you're not doing anything wrong then there's nothing to worry about things. There seriously is nothing we can do. I just keep shit as anonymous as hell. I also don't look at no porn, don't look up how to find a gun, don't look up any "out of curiosity" how would one join a terrorist group. Since the mid 90's I've always used the Internet for purely research and vanilla conversation. They got nothing on me and if "they" did it wouldn't amount to much. But yes, my phone tracks my most likely routes. Facebook seems to know my location too as I get "trending" Seattle news too even though my account is totally fake. It probably comes down to my IP address.
Anyone who has run a "whois" search knows that shit is typically spoofed. Here's this in Seattle that broke yesterday:http://www.thestranger.com/slog/2016/03 ... or-network
Tor is interesting as it was developed by DARPA. Like 15 years ago, I became interested in it. I quickly realized that it was a potential honeypot so never used it. I just stuck to the tried and true "old way" of conducting everything I do online. Any kind of paranoia has completely gone away in the intervening years. Which is what I find most fascinating. What was my mindset
15 to 20 years ago? What led me to believe what I believed? What was the "trigger" in other words? This needs to be explored in further detail for all of us. But I basically don't give a shit, as I said. There is nothing most of us do online or anywhere else that is "illegal" or even worth notice.
There is no me. There is no you. There is all. There is no you. There is no me. And that is all. A profound acceptance of an enormous pageantry. A haunting certainty that the unifying principle of this universe is love. -- Propagandhi