It seems that South Korea still wants to look into the whole Google Street View data collection fiasco, as Korean authorities have raided Google’s Korean headquarters in Seoul, South Korea.
More than 19 officers recently raided the search giants offices in Korea, seizing hard drives and a number of related documents, a Google spokesperson said that the raid was part of the KNPA’s ongoing investigation into data collection by Google Street View cars.
Google has come under quite a bit of criticism around the world, over the unauthorized data that was collected from unsecured WiFi networks, and have face investigations from authorities from many countries around the world.
Google has recently changed their Street View cars so that no data can be collected or stored from WiFi networks.
via BBC NewsFiled Under: Technology News