Korean Prosecutors Go After Google Street View Developer

by Matt Ball on October 21, 2011

Prosecutors in South Korea have been after Google for privacy infringements from Street View mapping. A police probe found that in addition to collecting 360-degree images, the camera-equipped vehicles also collected serial numbers on mobile devices, mobile messages, e-mails, passwords, and even credit card details. After getting nowhere by interrogating local Google officials, the prosecutors are now going after the program developer at Google headquarters.

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