Jan 192014
 January 19, 2014  Posted by  Business, Non-U.S.

Google’s Street View is again the target of Korean authorities, who believe that it may infringe on the Privacy Act.

The Korea Communications Commission (KCC) is considering taking administrative action against Google, as it may have infringed on the Privacy Act regarding personal information while it was developing its Street View service.

According to a source, the KCC has been investigating Google’s possibly illegal gathering of personal data.  It said that it would make the issue one of the topics to be discussed in a hearing, and would weigh administrative actions.

Read more on BusinessKorea.

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