Google officially largest fine paid a violation of users’ privacy violations “Street View”




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Google officially the largest fine paid a violation of users’ privacy violations’ Street View ‘

March 12, 2013

A company “Google” today agreed to pay seven million U.S. dollars to a number of American states to end investigations into the “violation” of the users’ privacy by collecting information from a network of “Wi-Fi” Open in 2010.

The Attorney General of the State of Connecticut, USA opened investigations last in 2010 on the collection of “Google” for information via car service “Street View” open networks users, which has been recognized by the American company, calling it a mistake.

She explained, “Google” today in a statement to Reuters news agency that it will pay seven million U.S. dollars will be distributed to the 38 U.S. states to put an end to this matter.

She added “Google” it is currently working vigorously to ensure the non-recurrence of such violations, and the province of all its services to the privacy of its users.

And will “Google” next to those fine American establishment of a national campaign to educate users on how to maintain their privacy when using wireless networks, and how to secure their home wireless networks.

Noteworthy that the fine paid by Google is one of the largest fines paid by the IT company for violating users’ privacy, according to describe the “New York Times” to those of the fine.

The Google is paid by a fine for such violations imposed by the French National Commission for Data Protection and fine of 100,000 euros.

It is important to note that “Google” is still facing the consequences of collected data users across the cars, “Street View” outside the United States, where the investigation is still ongoing by the data protection authorities in the United Kingdom about the abuses carried out by the American company.
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