Google Denies Holding Up FCC's Street View Privacy Probe

Law360, New York (April 26, 2012, 5:45 PM EDT) -- Google Inc. told the Federal Communications Commission in a letter Thursday that it would pay a $25,000 fine for allegedly hindering a privacy probe into data collected through its Street View service, but denied it had blocked the investigation.

In a 17-page letter to the FCC, Google said it had made every effort to cooperate with the commission and blamed the FCC itself for any delays in the probe into Google's collection of personal data sent over unsecured Wi-Fi networks as part of Street View....
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