Waxman questions Google about Street View privacy issues

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House Energy and Commerce Chairman Henry Waxman (D-Calif.) is looking into whether Google violated privacy laws by eavesdropping on wireless networks.

In a letter Wednesday, Waxman gave Google CEO and Chairman Eric Schmidt until June 7 to answer a dozen questions regarding a fleet of the search firm’s cars, which troll streets throughout the country collecting images for Google’s Street View maps application.

Full Story: Waxman Probing Google’s Street View Application – Roll Call.