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Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Privacy abuse unlikely in Google Street View flap

"The U.K.'s privacy watchdog has visited Google to look at samples of data collected by the company from unsecured Wi-Fi networks through its Street View program, and says the data was free of 'meaningful personal details.'
The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO), which in May said the data should be deleted as it was unlikely to investigate, said in a statement on Tuesday that it had visited Google premises on July 15 to assess samples of the data."

U.K.: Privacy abuse unlikely in Google Street View flap | Privacy Inc. - CNET News
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