How accurate is the GPS find friends app?
For example, if a friend's husband insists he was in a meeting at his office in the city but Find Friends showed his wife he was in a hotel complex half a mile away, should she believe him? Also, should she believe that it was just a bizarre coincidence that his location was hidden after she queried his whereabouts on the phone? He insists he has no idea how to do that so it must have slid to 'hide from followers' accidentally. Is this at all feasible?
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