Jun 042010
 
 June 4, 2010  Business, Featured News, Non-U.S.

Google is bowing to the demands of three European governments and says it will begin surrendering the data it improperly collected over unsecured wireless networks.

Eric E. Schmidt, Google’s chief executive, told The Financial Times in an interview in London that within the next two days, the company would share the data with regulators in Germany, Spain and France. The data is thought to include fragments of personal information like e-mail and bank account numbers.

Read more in the New York Times.

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