You have probably noticed different services on the Internet which automatically know roughly where you are in the world. From video and video stream services to online stores, these services use a technique, called IP geolocation, which matches your approximate physical location with the IP address you are using. Whenever you connect to the Internet, your device is assigned an IP address.
Being on social networks usually involves a great deal of sharing content with your friends and followers. There are lots of tools for easier content-sharing across most of the popular social networking services such as Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr. Most of them would require a few minutes of your time configuring stuff before you can go ahead and share whatever it is you want — a link.
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