CyberNews reports researchers discovered an unsecured Google Cloud database containing the personal information of more than 200 million Americans. The server belonged to an unidentified party and contained full names, email addresses, phone numbers and financial information related to mortgage loans. The data was exposed for an unknown period of time before an unidentified party deleted the information March 3. Meanwhile, U.S. District Court Judge Charles Breyer in San Francisco has granted final approval to a $13 million privacy settlement regarding Google Street View's improper data collection in 2010.
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