Google has been ordered by France's Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL) to hand over payload data retained on the company's system that its Street View spycars slurped from unsecured Wi-Fi networks. The demand follows Google's confession to Britain's Information Commissioner last week that it still had …
So when they've seen it...
Will they also destroy their copies or will they keep it? And how will we know?
Re: So when they've seen it...
does it matter?
if its wireless and unencrypted, the NSA already had their peak.
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