May 262010
 May 26, 2010  Posted by  Non-U.S., Online

Google has not handed over sensitive data requested by German authorities, despite a deadline of 26 May.

Dr Johannes Caspar, the Information Commissioner for Hamburg, Germany, told BBC News that there was “no sign” of the requested hard disk

The firm has until midnight to hand over data harvested by its Street View cars from private wi-fi networks.

A spokesperson for Google declined to comment further, but indicated that it would say more on the matter later.

Read more on BBC. will post an update later today or this evening after Google either complies or misses the deadline.

Update: They missed the deadline.

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