Jun 172010
 June 17, 2010  Posted by  Business, Non-U.S.

AFP reports:

France became the latest country Thursday to probe Google for gathering personal data as its Street View bikes and cars photographed cities across the world for the controversial mapping service.

The French data protection agency CNIL said it was examining private data collected for Street View, including emails and possibly banking details, to decide if the firm should face criminal charges or other sanctions.

Read more on The Age.

  2 Responses to “France joins probes into Google Street View”

  1. Not like it wouldn’t have been confirmed, but, France has now confirmed that the data octopus has captured Emails, contents of Emails, and password etc..

    Via Networkworld

  2. Thanks!

    Google’s supposed to be a great place to work, but I wouldn’t want to be on their legal team these days.

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