The FCC (Federal Communications Commission) is seeks to fine the search engine giant Google Inc. $25,000 because of not cooperating with the investigation into the company’s gathered personal data through wireless networks.
Google impeded and delayed the probe for a couple of months, which involved, SMS, e-mail, as well as other private information obtained in association with Google’s Street View location service, based on an FCC filing on April 13.
Having a market value reaching $203.5 billion, Google protected its intervention with the agency.
“We worked in good faith to answer the FCC’s questions throughout the inquiry, and we’re pleased . . . → Read More: FCC Fines Google $25,000 for Not Cooperating to Investigation