The last iOS bump chopped the location tracking cache, but Apple software wiz Bud Tribble just testified before Congress saying the next update will encrypt the cache entirely. So, presumably, no more potential third parties poking around in your whereabouts.
Apple To Encrypt Location Cache In Next iOS Update
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