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Many websites ask for your location by sending you a location request. To maintain your privacy, you can disable location sharing in your browser.

Note: Even if you have disabled location sharing on browsers, some sites can use information such as your IP address to track your location. To prevent your location from being exposed, use a VPN to browse anonymously.

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Google Chrome

  1. Click Vertical ellipsis. in the browser toolbar.
    Click the "Chrome Menu."
  2. Select Settings.
    Click "Settings."
  3. Under Privacy and Security, select Site settings.
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  4. Under Permissions, select Location.
    Under “Permissions,” select “Location.”
  5. Toggle Ask before accessing (Recommended) off.
    Toggle “Ask before accessing (Recommended)” on.

  1. Go to Settings. In the search bar, type Chrome.
  2. Tap Chrome.
    Tap “Chrome.”
  3. Tap Location > Never.
    Under “Location,” tap “Never.”

  1. In your Chrome app, tap Vertical ellipsis. > Settings.