Conn. AG Seeks Info from Google in Wi-Fi Probe

Connecticut's attorney general, who is leading a 37-state probe of Google's collection of data from private Wi-Fi networks, asked the Internet search leader if it had tested the software before using it. Attorney General Richard Blumenthal also asked for the names of the people responsible for the software, which Google has said was supposed to only use Wi-Fi to determine location, not to download personal email and other data.