Google Hands Over The Data It Accidentally Collected
Jun 04, 2010 12:37
After the whole fiasco of Google screwing up by accidentally collecting data from Wi-Fi networks while its Google Street View cars were roaming the streets, the search engine company is handing that data over to the proper data protection authorities. Eric Schmidt said the company is working on setting things right:
We screwed up. Let's be very clear about that. If you are honest about your mistakes it is the best defense for it not happening again.
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