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French Privacy Officials Find that Google Captured Email Passwords, Private Email Content

The French National Commission on Computing and Liberty (CNIL) has released preliminary results (French) (English) of the Google Street View investigation in France. According to the CNIL, Google "saved passwords for access to mailboxes" and obtained content of electronic messages. The CNIL is pursuing the investigation to determine whether Google engaged in "unfair and unlawful collection of data" as well as "invasion of privacy and individual liberties." Investigations are now underway in at least 18  countries and five states in the US. EPIC has prepared a preliminary survey of Investigations of Google Street View.

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