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ICO In The UK: Google Street View’s Personal Data Represents ‘Significant Breach’

November 3rd, 2010 11:47 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Man, another day, another “Google in privacy uproar†story. I guess my name is Phil Connors. The UK Information Commissioner has said that yes, in fact, Google did commit a “significant breach†of the Data Privacy Act when it collected people’s private information with its Street View vehicles. Great, so what happens now?

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