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Google pays $7M for privacy violations [News]
posted April 17 2013 18:54.54 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This time they went too far. I've seen the google car twice in my country. I really thought that it would only collect photos and other street data, but no, this is google. They collect data regarding the WiFi signals (including yours) and cellphone handsets (including yours). Should i mention more? Passwords, emails, website visits!

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