Canadian Lawmaker Wants to Question Google on Maps

An Ottawa-area MP is to ask a federal committee to request the head of Google appear to defend a controversial venture that saw camera-equipped cars prowling 11 Canadian cities taking images. The motion, to be filed by Nepean-Carleton Conservative MP Pierre Poilievre, a member of the access to information, privacy and ethics committee, will ask Google Inc. chief executive Eric Schmidt to appear before the Canadian government.

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