If you thought the Google Street View wi-fi snooping debacle was over, think again. Thirty-three different countries and Hong Kong were involved, after all.
Though regulators in several affected countries asked that Google either destroy or hand over to authorities the data it "inadvertently" collected from unsecured wi-fi networks, countries have launched their own investigations.
Recently, authorities in the UK determined that the information collected was not significant. The Information Commissioner's Office said, in part: "There is also no evidence -- as yet -- that the data captured by Google has caused or could cause any individual detriment." As a result, Street View cameras are operating again in the UK.