Google Offices Raided In South Korea

August 17  |  News  |   Ryan Clark

Unlike here in North America where we let Google get away with snooping on our citizens, South Korea took more affirmative action the other day. With concerns over privacy, South Korean Police raided Google’s offices in Seoul mainly on the suspicion of unauthorized collection and storage of data on unspecified Internet users from Wi-Fi networks. While this is going to get a lot of press, can you imagine the viral link campaign Google is getting out of it…as if they need it though.



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2 Responses to Google Offices Raided In South Korea

  1. Gab says:

    Lol, if this was an AdWords advertiser and South Korea were Google, that advertiser would have gotten a vague email and been shut down by police the next day.

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