Firefox is using a very old geolocation
Whenever any website asks to access my location, and I allow it, Firefox tells that website that I am in a faraway place that I last visited over a year ago. What's worse, this place happens to be a very niche medical facility, which is upsetting as I don't expect to be revealing my medical history just by allowing access to my location.
I am not using a VPN or proxy or anything of that sort. If I look up my IP address in GeoIP2 or iplocation.net, it shows the correct city that I am actually in. How can I force Firefox to update my location (or at least, get it to uncache this old location)?
I'm using Firefox 109.0.1 on Ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS.
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Could be because the Firefox version you use from the Ubuntu repositories doesn't have all the special keys (keyMozillaFound: FALSE).
It is possible that Firefox from the repositories behaves differently than Firefox from the Mozilla server. You can try Firefox from the Mozilla server to see if that makes a difference.