TechBytes: Google Fined, Merit Badge

Google will pay a fine after admitting that it may have breached personal information.
0:54 | 03/13/13

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In today's tech signs the global admits to drying by privacy -- as. The search giant will pay seven million dollars to settle complaints that it collected personal data as its street view cars maps neighborhoods. And there's plenty of free content available for your Smartphone or tablet from major sites such as apple Amazon and Barnes & Noble and mobile. The Wall Street Journal's Katie Moorad says the offers range from free songs to free books. If you are tired of paying a hefty credit card bill every month and you'd rather just have a lot of contents for free. It available he just really have to know where to look -- it. And there are even sites that compile lists of those free books that are available. And the voice -- have a brand new merit badge for video game design. Scouts must be able to analyze various video games and understand the concept of intellectual property and those -- tech -- I'm Diana her --

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