Breaking News: Google Admits WiFi Data Collection

Breaking News

Google has apologized after admitting that they were “accidentally” collecting users personal information that was sent over unsecured wifi networks. Head of communications at Google, Peter Barron, told the BBC that this was a ‘mistake‘ and more robust procedures will be put in place.

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1 Responses to Breaking News: Google Admits WiFi Data Collection

  1. andi: May 18, 2010 at 9:07 pm

    Wow! You are always so up to date with new info!
    I have always been bothered by Google maps and so I am glad they are admitting to what they have done wrong. Some social media is taken too far.
    Thank you again John for bringing us important news. Your blog is vital to a safe lifestyle!
    We can’t wait until your new book comes out!

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