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Lawyers Claim Google Wi-Fi Sniffing ‘Is Not an Accident’ [Google]

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Lawyers suing Google claimed Thursday they have discovered evidence in a patent application that Google deliberately programmed its Street View cars to collect private data from open Wi-Fi networks, despite claims to the contrary. More

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