Let it be said: For a digital information junkie such as myself, traveling abroad without any cellular or consistent Internet connection on my spanking new white iPhone is agonizing.
As in: No social, no local, no mobile.
Saying settlement talks are in the offing, Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen won’t pursue his predecessor’s demand to review the consumer data inadvertently harvested by Google’s Street View cars.
Connecticut Attorney General Senator Richard Blumenthal must be beside himself. South Korea has managed to do what he so far has not: Analyze the consumer data harvested by Google’s Street View cars. And the results of that analysis do not bode well for the company’s relationship with the country.