In connection to the FCC’s fine of Google for delaying its investigatin into the Wi-Spy incident, the San Jose Mercury News discusses whether the FCC’s fine will put pressure on the FTC or Congress to act. ACI president, Steve Pociask, is quoted in the article.
The Hill Quoted Steve Pociask, president of the American Consumer Institute, in regard to Google’s recent fine for Wi-Spying. To read the Hill article click here.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — After nearly two years since news broke that Google was violating privacy law by collecting personal information from unsecured Wi-Fi hotspots, we are no closer to finding out what happened, why, and what became of the private data. Now the Federal Communications Commission says Google “deliberately impeded and delayed” the agency’s investigation […]