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|Friday, May 28, 2010|
A class-action law suit was filed earlier this week against Google for collecting Wi-Fi data while creating its street view maps.
Now, a Portland judge has ordered Google to hand over copies of the data, which the company was intending to destroy.
Read the article at OregonLive.com.
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