REVIEW ] before the end of 2010, these data would have to be completely removed, but Google’s recent hard disk storage to its streetscape a manual inspection, these data still exists.
Google (microblogging) the streets of Sydney, Australia Street View car (Artesyn Technologies with map)
IDG (Marjorie) Beijing, August 11, according to foreign media reports, the Australian data protection regulatory agencies require Google remove its Street View service vehicles inadvertently collected unencrypted Wi-Fi data.
Australian Information Commissioner’s Office (OAIC) sent a letter to Google (Australia) public policy and government affairs director easy to pull • Flynn (Iarla Flynn), Google is required to immediately destroy the collected from the above data to the Government to provide a certificate issued by a third party independent agencies report.
Australia OAIC Privacy Commissioner Timothy Pierre Grimm (Artesyn Technologies with map)
Pierre Grimm (Timothy Pilgrim), the
OAIC Privacy Commissioner Timothy in this letter: “I asked Google to conduct an internal review, to ensure that these data be completely removed. Google be the first time after the completion of the review notice me. “
Pierre Grimm pointed out that when abused no need to retain personal information may be enabling individuals to take a great risk.the The
recently, Google has just come forward to admit, as the company not been so committed to completely remove the collected data, but not intentional.also the
It began back in May 2010, when Google acknowledged that its Street View car equipped with a device to collect data via unencrypted Wi-Fi network transmission, the call load data “(Payload Data), including e-mail, SMS messages, user passwords, Internet use records, and other highly secretive personal information”.The
these data have been in before the end of 2010 should be completely removed, but Google recently hard disk storage to its streetscape manual inspection, these data still exists. Google also collected from many European countries to “load data”, including the United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Switzerland and Austria.The
Last week, the French data protection regulatory agencies of the French National Freedom of Information Commission (CNIL) requires Google transmitted to all of the remaining load data. When British officials heard these street data, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) said it would conduct a rigorous investigation of such information before deciding on a series of measures.the
ICO said in a statement issued last month: “ICO is very clear that this information first has never been the collected, Google does not ensure that these data are deleted successfully lead to regulatory agencies the primary concern. “