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Google's wi-fi data to be deleted

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The search giant has agreed to delete all the UK data that it accidentally captured via Street View cars
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Vizzeh

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I hope im now commenting out off line, as I havent read every ins and outs, but To me you cant 'accidently' take someones passwords and emails, if you create software to do something, it does what its told....its in its design. Smells like BS, and if that is the case I dont understand why it can be swept under the carpet that easy.
 

Kathar

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I hope im now commenting out off line, as I havent read every ins and outs, but To me you cant 'accidently' take someones passwords and emails, if you create software to do something, it does what its told....its in its design. Smells like BS, and if that is the case I dont understand why it can be swept under the carpet that easy.
Agreed. The whole situation just seems really bizarre to me...
 

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