Google Is Faulted for Impeding U.S. Inquiry on Data Collection | New York Times

by Faiz Ahmed last modified 2012-04-15T16:43:31-04:00
"When Google first revealed in 2010 that cars it was using to map streets were also sweeping up sensitive personal information from wireless home networks, it called the data collection a mistake. ... European and Canadian regulators who have examined the data Google collected in the project in their own countries found that it included complete e-mail messages, instant messages, chat sessions, conversations between lovers, and Web addresses revealing sexual orientation, information that could be linked to specific street addresses."
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