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Activist Wants Appeals Court To Scrap Google ‘Street View’ Privacy Settlement

A musician who opposed Google’s privacy settlement over data collection by “Street View” cars has appealed a trial judge’s decision to approve the $13 million deal.

The deal, approved by U.S. District Court Judge Charles Breyer in San Francisco, resolves a lawsuit dating to 2010, when it first emerged that Google’s Street View cars had collected private information — including passwords, emails and URLs — transmitted over unencrypted WiFi networks.

Source: Activist Wants Appeals Court To Scrap Google ‘Street View’ Privacy Settlement 04/13/2020

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