How to remove router from Google’s location-finder

Google has introduced a way to opt out of having your wireless-access point included in the Google Location Server. Go to the settings screen on your router and change the wireless network name (SSID) to something that ends with ‘_nomap’ (without the quotes). For example, ‘O2wireless_nomap’. More information about what the Google Location Server is and why Google is providing the option is available on Google’s official blog

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  1. great article dipak!

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