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FTC Ends Street View Feud With Google After Winning Privacy Concessions

October 28th, 2010 10:11 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

After much hullabaloo, Google and the Federal Trade Commission have kissed and made up. This, only a few days after Google admitted to “accidentally” collecting people’s private data with its Street View cars. Google had promised, in so many words, that it would never do that (collect people’s private data) again, a promise that satisfied the FTC. And, scene.

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