Jul 142011
 
 July 14, 2011  Breaches, Business, Court, Surveillance

Brandon Gee reports:

A group of Nashville residents and attorneys are part of a class-action lawsuit against Internet giant Google that could go down as the largest invasion-of-privacy case in history.

The company is accused of breaking federal and state wiretap laws from 2007 to 2010. That’s when vehicles that were deployed nationwide to collect images for Google Maps’ street view feature also were outfitted with software that lifted scraps of personal information off residents’ and businesses’ open wireless networks.

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