Hope Solo is still in the game after last year’s domestic dispute debacle. To some, like Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut, Hope Solo’s continuation as a starter for the U.S. women’s national team at the World Cup in Canada is…
The corporate world tends to slow down this time of year; people take time off, offices close, and product announcements are delayed. A dispute between Google and the Connecticut Attorney General over Street View is escalating, however, and it looks like some lawyers might be called into action as a result.
The tension over Google’s collection of sensitive WiFi data has risen again. Today, Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal issued a civil investigative demand requiring that Google share the information gathered by its Street View cars.
Blumenthal defined the demand as being the equivalent of a subpoena, meaning Google should have little choice but to comply. It’s supposed to do so in the near future, too, as Blumenthal’s only given the company until December 17th to obey.