Lol, you can't be serious.
And in addition i'm sure you're aware that google paid apple 9 billion last year to make it the standard search engine in apple's safari browser. Just a week ago we learned that apple stores significant amounts of its icloud userdata on third party servers despite not disclosing that fact to its users. (related article: https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2019/01/apple...)
So if shoving vast amounts of data through the Google ecosystem is your definition of intrusion, you can add apple to the list.
You can also delete your location history data at any time.
And technically, it is not Android the OS that is doing this. It is Google Play framework.