The more technology helps us the more we depend on it and less private we are. How it is nice to click a button and just say “Siri, Alexa: where is or how could I”. But there is a downside for this helpful technology. Most of the people use default setting on their new cellular phones or tables and that might be dangerous. Literally every day another company starting to log all available data. And that includes where users go, what they are looking for, what they buy, how much time do they spend on a web page, even how do they move their cursor. In time these companies collect a huge amount of data with ability to trace a given device and pin each location where their owners were, including how long and what search they have performed. And this data is not just for fun but to use and to be sold to another companies. The reality is this market is still unregulated and users right for privacy, become a users right to protect privacy themselves.
Data collectors do not care are you adult or a child, do you want to be traced or not.
New York Times recently published an interactive map “Twelve Million Phones, One Dataset, Zero Privacy” where information from twelve millions Americans smartphone's has been visualized. We recommend checking this page and then check your pone privacy setting.