No, when they speak about endpoints they mean for Google's route planner.
Assuming you don't have some type of serious amnesia problem it's unlikely that you use Google's route planner to travel to and from work every day.
The geolocation data used to match WiFi hotspots, GPS locations and phone masts together doesn't have "endpoints" it's just a sea of possible correlations. If you find this to be a type of unbearable snooping, well, you can turn it off, but I'm afraid the rest of your life will be fairly miserable because tracking is inevitably going to become more and more pervasive over time.
In the larger picture we have a choice, much as societies have faced before. We can embrace the change and learn how to all live in the glass house, or we can fight tooth and nail and lose anyway. Sadly past experience suggests we'll probably choose to fight tooth and nail. Much better in most people's eyes to desperately try to lock the truth away than to face all the lies we tell ourselves and each other.