Google Concedes they VIOLATED privacy

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LISTEN NOW! John, Pat, and Chris discuss how Google conceded that they violated privacy of United States citizens when 38 States Attorney Generals took the company to court.  According to the NY Times Google acknowledged that during its Street View mapping project they “casually” scooped up passwords, emails and other personal information form unsuspecting computer users.  They continue to connect the dots between the importance of protecting our 4thAmendment right to privacy and the access companies and U.S. government has had to personal electronic data and information of U.S. citizens.

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