Dec 172010
 December 17, 2010  Posted by  Breaches, Business

Mike Swift reports:

Google has told Connecticut’s attorney general it will not comply with his demand to view data from unsecured home and business Wi-Fi networks that the company collected through its Street View cars, a decision that has the state threatening legal action against Google.

“I am disappointed by Google’s failure to comply with my information demands. We will review any information we receive and consider whether additional enforcement steps — including possible legal action — are warranted,” Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal said in a written statement released Friday.

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