Snowplow users that use the MaxMind database to look up the location of IP addresses (one of the configurable enrichments) might have noticed that a lot of traffic appears to come from one location in Kansas. This is no coincidence: http://fusion.net/story/287592/internet-mapping-glitch-kansas-farm
From the article:
As a result, for the last 14 years, every time MaxMind’s database has been queried about the location of an IP address in the United States it can’t identify, it has spit out the default location of a spot two hours away from the geographic center of the country. There are now over 600 million IP addresses associated with that default coordinate.
MaxMind is working on a fix, but it’s worth keeping this in mind when consuming the data. One solution would be to exclude this specific location, and replace it with