Aug 172010
 August 17, 2010  Posted by  Court, Non-U.S., Online

The Associated Press reports:

Spain is investigating Google over its “Street View” mapping feature, becoming the latest country to tangle with the Internet search giant over concerns it violated people’s privacy while taking shots of city streets.

Madrid Judge Raquel Fernandino has issued a subpoena for an Oct. 4 appearance by a Google representative, Google Spain spokeswoman Marisa Toro said Tuesday, adding that the company will cooperate with Spanish authorities.

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