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MPs examine Google collecting passwords and net privacy

Google has apologised after its Streetmap cars collected emails, passwords and web addresses from wireless networks across the UK.

Conservative MP Robert Halfon explains why he is to open an MPs' debate in Westminster Hall on internet and privacy and said of Google: "They have gone too far this time."

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  • 28 Oct 2010
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