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Settlement: $7M Settlement Reached in Google Wi-Fi Data Theft Investigation

What are you looking for? Home Page >> Settlements >> $7M Settlement Reached in Google Wi-Fi Data Theft Investigation $7M Settlement Reached in Google Wi-Fi Data Theft Investigation San Francisco, CA: A $7 million settlement has been reached between Google and several state Attorneys General (AGs), ending the AGs investigation into claims Google violated people?s privacy personal injury attorney with its Street View cars, by effectively conducting data theft. The Google?Wi-Spy? affair, as it was dubbed, began almost three years ago following an admission by Google that the Street View cars?accidentally? collected personal data from open Wi-Fi networks. As part of the settlement, Google has also agreed to destroy the personal data it collected and take steps to ensure that personal data networks are not accessed, accidentally or otherwise, in the future. Legal Help If you have a similar problem and would like to be contacted by a lawyer at no cost or obligation, please click the link below.
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