Europe Pushes Google to Turn Over Wi-Fi Data

Google is allowing privacy regulators in France, Germany and Spain to inspect Internet data that the company improperly collected for its street mapping service, but those reviews, so far, show no sign of resolving the inquiries into its surveillance.Google has been reluctant to forward the data, which is being kept on hard drives at its headquarters in Mountain View, California, but has offered regulators from the countries a long-distance look via computer from Google offices in Paris, Hamburg and Madrid.

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