Jun 062010
 
 June 6, 2010  Non-U.S., Online

And now Australia piles on:

Federal police have launched an investigation into Google and some of its employees for collecting private information while taking photographs for the Street View service.

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[Federal Attorney-General Robert] McClelland today said the data collection may have in breach of the Telecommunications Interceptions Act, “which prevents people accessing electronic communications other than for authorised purposes”.

Read more on news.com.au. Additional coverage on The Age.

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