The new app “removed unused app location capability,” according to the update notes in the Apple App Store. MoviePass also offered a statement about its location-tracking policies, though it was weirdly lacking in any sort of sentence apologizing for quietly tracking users without their consent for months. “Today, MoviePass released a new app update, including the removal of some unused app location capabilities. While part of our vision includes using location-based marketing to enhance the moviegoing experience for our members, we aren’t using some of that functionality today,” the statement said. “Our members will always have the option to choose the location-based services that are right for them today and in the future.” Feels a little hard to believe that those capabilities truly were unused, given that the company’s CEO was prattling on about watching users’ movements in great detail.