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 December 21, 2010  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Featured News, Non-U.S.

Nicole Kobie reports:

The Information Commissioner’s Office and Google teamed up on their response to an MP’s complaint about the search giant’s Wi-Fi scandal, according to documents obtained by PC Pro under the Freedom of Information Act.


After Google confessed the scraped data held more personal information than it first admitted, the ICO’s group manager for business and industry, Dave Evans, sent an email to a Google employee with the subject line “guess what this might be about”.

Read more on PC Pro.

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  One Response to “Google and ICO in cahoots over Wi-Fi data probe”

  1. Collusion = Bad

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