Relieved to hear that but since there is no option to customize this, the user is automatically forced into using whatever is pre-configured by a manufacturer. That is clearly a violation of privacy. I mean say if I am travelling in foreign country and not want to use their service then I should be given an option. But now I'll be using whatever is already designed for me with me having no say.
Now, I am not saying this is a very serious concern but I really think that location data is the key to building a user specific profile. I found something on YouTube: youtu.be/Xh5hFUyf-qg?t=599
Although in above video privacy concerns are well described, but I doubt we live in a perfect world where companies are going to keep their words about user privacy.
This just gives a glimpse into the hyper connected and always on world of sensors.