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Google, FCC Showdown Spotlights Technology Law Lag

May 2, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Google apparently wants to get all the Street View dirt out in the open at once in the hope of putting the incident to bed instead of being needled by slowly emerging details. That would explain why it released the FCC’s full report of its investigation into its unsavory data-collection ways. Although there’s a decided stink around the company’s handling of privacy in this case, apparently it did nothing illegal, and that’s what Google wants to underscore.

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