States eye Google's data collection practices

06/22/2010 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Connecticut's attorney general is taking the lead on a multistate investigation into whether Google broke any laws when it collected data from personal wireless networks in other countries. The data collection, which Google has said was done inadvertently, illustrates a need to explore whether states should take steps to avoid similar data leaks in future, said Attorney General Richard Blumenthal.

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