Geolocation is the process of identifying and determining the exact geographic location of a device or individual using different kinds of data such as GPS, Wi-Fi signals, IP addresses, or mobile network data. It involves capturing data from these sources to calculate the latitude and longitude coordinates of the device or person in question. This technology is widely used in various applications and services, including navigation systems, mapping tools, social media platforms, and location-based advertising. Geolocation can be used for a variety of purposes, such as tracking the movement of vehicles, monitoring wildlife migration patterns, or providing local weather forecasts. However, it also raises concerns about privacy and security, as it can be used to track the movements of individuals without their knowledge or consent.

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