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Google (NASDAQ:GOOG): The company is near reaching an agreement to pay nearly $7 million in order to settle allegations that Google improperly collected personal data for its Street View product, reports Bloomberg. Google was able to reach an agreement in principle with over 30 states and the resolution could possibly be announced as soon as next week. During a three-year period that will begin during 2007, Google improperly gleaned “sensitive personal information,” including e-mail and text messages, passwords and Web-use history, from non-secured Wi-Fi networks, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission stated last year.
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