Monday’s Privacy Two-Fer

Another WSJ headline about a privacy breach:  Google Snared Emails During Data Collection It begins

Google Inc. acknowledged Friday the cars its uses to collect data for its online mapping service had inadvertently gathered entire emails and passwords, a disclosure that prompted the Internet giant to appoint a privacy chief and tighten its policies.  The Mountain View, Calif., Internet search giant said it wanted to delete the information as quickly as possible. It also announced several steps its (sic) would take to improve its internal privacy and security practices.

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