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Iran Threatens to Sue Over Google Maps Slap

May 21, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Today in international tech news: Still irked about Google Maps’ non-labeling of the Persian Gulf, Iranian state-run media says the country is considering legal action against the search company. In the UK, police implement a system to extract data from mobile devices of detained suspects, while Sky News talks with police about the broadcast of a rape victim’s name via a televised Twitter feed.

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