Apr 272012
 
 April 27, 2012  Business, Govt

Andrew Feinberg reports:

Google is pushing back against a Federal Communications Commission proposal to fine the Internet company for snooping on people’s Wi-Fi networks using equipment in its Google Street View cars.

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Google denied it had obstructed the probe by not making personnel available, saying it had let the commission take testimony from “everyone the FCC asked to meet.” The company also argued that “the fact that a certain engineer was legally unavailable did not leave any significant factual questions unanswered.”

Read more on The Hill.

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