Kotaku reviewed 25,000 location records shared with him by 10 Niantic game players. He found that Niantic maintained about three location records per minute per game Wizards Unite . That's nearly twice as many records as stored for Pokémon Go . In one case, Niantic had at least one location record made almost every hour of the day. In other words, you probably wipe location data even when the user is not playing.
In his report Kotaku warned that Niantic had sufficient location data to "distinguish between individual patterns of consumer behavior. as well as intimate details about the player's life. "This may be true, but it's nothing new or specific to Niantic. Google has enough location data to help investigators solve crimes ̵