Google Spying

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Google Spying


GOOGLE has admitted secretly copying millions of passwords and private emails from home computers. After months of denial, the internet search giant had finally confessed to downloading personal data during its controversial Street View project, when it photographed nearly every street in Britain.

The protection of personal data of people is again in question. A source in Google has assured the German weekly Wirtschafts Woche that U.S. intelligence agencies have access to the data of European Union citizens by the Patriot Act, enacted after the attacks of September 11, 2001, to increase the power of monitoring of security services (Allen, 7).

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