Feb 162011
 February 16, 2011  Posted by  Business

Crystal Bruce reports:

Google announced last May that the vehicles used to collect visual data for its Street View mapping program had gathered private communications from unsecured consumer Wi-Fi networks over a three year period.

“After almost nine months since Google first admitted to collecting this data,” the letter states, “we still don’t have answers as to how this security breach was allowed to take place and how many Americans were affected, let alone a credible assurance that it won’t happen again.”

Read more on WSAV.

Related: Letter sent by U.S. Reps. John Barrow and Mike Rogers to FCC (pdf).

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