Google scooped up sensitive data such as passwords when putting together its Street View service, suggests an early look at the information.
The examination was carried out by French data protection agency CNIL as it decides whether to prosecute the search firm for gathering the data.
The data was gathered as Google logged wi-fi hotspots to help it develop location-based services.
Previously, Google said there was “no harm, no foul” in collecting the data.
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