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Google May Catch a Big Whiff of Wiretap Act in WiFi Sniffing Case

July 6, 2011 No Comments

Google has failed to strike down charges that it violated federal law in snooping on various open WiFi networks while collecting data for its Street View project last year. The company acknowledges that equipment in its Streetview cars accessed data from personal WiFi routers in buildings as they roamed public roadways, though the search giant insists it was done on accident.

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