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US report prompts fresh Google Street View UK scrutiny

The Information Commissioner's Office is to look into a report by US regulators that found Google could have been aware that its Street View cars were collecting personal data for three years.The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) report claimed a Google engineer, named by the New York Times as Marius Milner, told colleagues and a senior manager about collecting unencrypted Wi-Fi data.

May 1, 2012 by

Google: Push toward Super WiFi continues

A vision to turn the unused white space of wireless airwaves into a "Super WiFi" is one step closer toward becoming reality.In a blog post today, Google said it is one of nine companies that the FCC this week named as administrators for a white spaces database.

January 27, 2011 by

Google-Verizon proposal: a policy jump start to keep Net Neutrality issue moving forward

Can you believe the sheer gall/arrogance/evil/greed of Google and Verizon to think that they can just come waltzing in here on a summer afternoon, unveil their own proposal/deal/agreement/plan and think that it might somehow kick the FCC into gear and force Washington to move this Net Neutrality matter out of debate mode and into a decision mode? Who died and gave Google and Verizon the right to decide what's best for the future of the Internet?

August 9, 2010 by

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