Tuesday, July 31, 2012

French authorities asked Google on Tuesday to examine private information that cars taking pictures for its Street View service collected, after Google acknowledged that it had retained some of the information despite promising to delete it.

The company said in a statement: “Google has recently confirmed that it still has in its possession a portion of payload data collected by our Street View vehicles. Google apologizes for this error. Google would now like to delete the remaining data.”

Google feel really bad. Google never intend to collect data in first place. Google just want to drive around with head out window, but Google program computer wrong and Google accidentally record email address, email message, and email password of everything within twelve hundred yard of Google car.

Google get lots of data. Google can do many things with data, but Google does not. Google keep your drunken booty-calls to self. Google ignore emails where you talk about "skiing" with "Tina."

Google decide to delete data. Google pretty sure data is gone until Google look for Alanis Morissette cd and find it. Google surprised. Google ashamed.

Google promise court Google will delete the data, but Google can't figure out how. Is there button Google can press? Google put magnet on top of computer and have fingers crossed.

Google hope you forgive Google. Google pretty sure you do, because Google looking at you right now.


Oops. Google sorry for looking into your home. Google delete all pictures immediately. Google buy extra strong magnet. Maybe Google save one or two for decorating tips. Google not watch you in future, but Google really, really love your dog.

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