TODAY   |  March 13, 2013

Google to pay $7 million in ‘Wi-Spy’ case

Internet giant Google has agreed to pay $7 million to settle a lawsuit that accused them of taking personal information over unsecured Wi-Fi networks in their Google Maps cars.

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>>> it intercepted e-mails with other information over unprotected wifi networks while using cars to take street level photos for the mapping service. google stopped collecting the data three years ago. the $7 million fine won't do much to the company's bottom line. goolg makes that much about every hour. puts that in perspective. twinkie is