Sunday, May 1, 2011

Google Faces New Demands In Netherlands Over Street View Data

AMSTERDAM—Google Inc. faces fines of as much as €1 million ($1.4 million) from Dutch authorities if it fails to comply with a new set of data-protection demands linked to Street View, the highest penalty so far in connection with the controversial service.

The Dutch Data Protection Authority said Tuesday that Google collected the Media Access Control address—a unique numerical code, known as MAC, assigned to each piece ...

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