Google reaches agreement with states over privacy breach

[JURIST] Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen [official website] announced Friday that he has reached an agreement [press release, PDF] with Google [corporate website; JURIST news archive] to avoid court proceedings over the company’s collection of private data from unsecured personal and business Wi-FI networks for its Street View maps [website] service. Connecticut announced in June that it would lead a multi-state investigation [JURIST report] against Google for possible privacy law violations. Under the agreement, Google will not be required to…

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