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Comment: Re:This will not end well (Score 1) 120

Comment: Re:Inadvertent Or Not ... (Score 2, Insightful) 267

by squidinkcalligraphy (#32629386) Attached to: Why Google's Wi-Fi Payload Collection Was Inadvertent

The law considers postcards to be covered by the telecommunications privacy regulations.

So Google action's here are similar to looking at the receiver and sender addresses, and the postage stamp on the postcard, and reading a few words of the card in the process. Don't tell me that postal workers won't inadvertently catch a word or two of someone's postcard when reading the public information of the addresses?

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