Accuracy is determined by where the pinpoint is placed on the map. The radius of the circle around it, although currently called Accuracy (Acc), should be called Precision. It reflects the level of confidence someone has about the accuracy of their placement if they were roaming an area, or if the specimen was mobile or far away; or can impart a level of uncertainty if someone’s worried about stalking/poaching etc.
It’s not just a semantics thing- the terms are scientifically distinct and ought to be used properly for best understanding. I’ve seen misunderstanding and confusion in some location-issue discussions. For example, someone had placed their pin accurately, but had their location marked inaccurate by another because the precision radius was not tiny. The viewer requested an increase in accuracy, but since the marker was already accurate the observer didn’t see why there was an objection.