Kotaku viewed 25,000 location records shared by 10 players of Niantic games. It turned out that in the gameplay of Wizards Unite Niantic made about three site records per minute. That was almost twice as many records as for Pokémon Go . In one case, Niantic had recorded at least one location record almost every hour of the day. In other words, it probably swept location data even if the user was not playing.
Kotaku warns in their report that Niantic has enough location data to "spot patterns of user behavior," as well as intimate details about a player's life. "That may be true, but it's nothing new or specific to Niantic, and Google has enough location data to help investigators investigate crime, but now you can automatically delete your history and errors that cause your location data to be lost not uncommon, just ask on Twitter.