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Google Street View broke Canada's privacy law with Wi-Fi capture

Guardian writes: "Google violated the privacy of thousands of Canadians when it inadvertently collected personal information about them with its Street View mapping cars, the country's privacy commissioner has ruled.

But the decision not to pursue legal proceedings against the search giant, despite being found breaking the law, has been described as "worrying" by influential privacy groups."

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