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We spend our days combing the ‘Net for interesting security happenings and also noting the great work that other reporters and researchers are doing on the security front. Usually that means traditional reporting work: pulling together information from a bunch of different sources, digging for information that hasn’t been made public and then synthesizing it to make sense of what’s going on.

Any penance Google could ultimately pay for violating privacy sentiments
across the planet has become a bit more unpredictable. Canada became the latest nation to launch a formal investigation into Google’s practice of harvesting personal Wi-Fi
data from open wireless networks all across the planet. Read the full article. [The Last Watchdog]

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