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I created an application, which contains a Google map. The API used by the application is based on https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/android-api/intro instructions which means is uses the v2 API.
During runtime the app receives (driving)
Google Maps Directions.
Afterwards the application draws the path on the map by coloring the routes and uses the Android text-to-speech library to read the instructions, while refreshing the user's location on the already displayed 2D Google map. The app does not create or use a "3D map" with arrows and stuff like Google Maps app or other turn-by-turn apps.
Is this still violation of the privacy terms, here?
The term in question:
(i) real time navigation or route guidance, including but not limited to turn-by-turn route guidance that is synchronized to the position of a user's sensor-enabled device.
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For some clarity, there are 2 options that could to violate the policy: 1. Reading the Directions with text-to-speech technology (and perhaps showing the user location moving on the map) 2. Simply drawing the route on the map and skipping the turn by turn instructions entirely instead of (1).
Can this question be rephrased to be Law Exchange on topic? Optionally: Would a general answer help achieve what I state below?
What I want to achieve
I want to be able to understand if the policy contradicts with my design and if the only way to do this is to hire some lawyer or figure it out by myself. Is it really THAT hard to interprete the policy by myself or am I unequipped or perhaps too dumb to do so?