Police in South Korea have raided Google’s headquarters in Seoul.
A police statement said they suspected Google has been collecting and storing data on “unspecified internet users from wi-fi networks”.
The firm recently admitted that its Street View cars had been collecting information over unencrypted wi-fi networks, calling it “a mistake”.
Google is currently under investigation in a number of countries to see if it broke data protection or privacy laws.
“[We] have been investigating Google Korea on suspicion of unauthorised collection and storage of data on unspecified Internet users from wi-fi networks,” the Korean National Police Agency (KNPA) said in a statement.
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