Connecticut Attorney General Seeks Data from Google

Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal issued the equivalent of a subpoena, demanding access to personal data improperly collected by Google Inc. for its Street View mapping service. Blumenthal said in a statement that his office has issued a civil investigative demand in cooperation with the Department of Consumer Protection, as a result of Google's refusal to provide access to e-mails and other data that the company has said was collected inadvertently.