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+ - FCC Investigating Google Street View Wi-Fi Data Co

Submitted by adeelarshad82
adeelarshad82 (1482093) writes "The Federal Communications Commission is looking into whether Google's Street View Wi-Fi data collection violated the Communications Act. At issue is a May admission from Google that equipment attached to its Street View cars collected data that was traveling over unencrypted Wi-Fi networks, known as payload data. At first Google said it did not know if that data included personally identifiable information, but the company admitted last month that it did include entire e-mail addresses, URLs, and passwords. Google has pledged to work with the FCC"
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FCC Investigating Google Street View Wi-Fi Data Co

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