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Google Engineers and Street View Payload Data

Google Engineers and Street View Payload Data

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DECLARATION OF
I,hereby submit this declaration in connection with Google Inc.s("Google)responses to the Federal Communications Commission's requests for information in File No. EB-1O4055 I declare as folows:
1. 
2.I understood that the purpose of theequipment was to identify Wi-Fi access points as the cars drove along, but I was not responsiblefor the WiFi project or its functionality From the Street View engineering perspective, our goalwas to ensure the Wi-Fi equipment did not inteere with image collection by Street View cars3I did not know that the WiFi equipment installedon board Street View vehicle�could collect payload data, or that the equipment had been programmed to collect payload datafromopen WiFi networks. I am aware that the engineer responsibe who wrote the gstumbler software for use on the Street View cars, prepared a design document for theproject, but I do not recall reading it WiFi data collection was not within my job purview Itwas not until May 2010 that I first realized that payload data from open WiFi networks had beencollected by Street View vehiclesI declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct. Executed onAugust 30 2011
 
DECLARATION OF
I, hereby submit this declaration in connection with Google Inc.'s("Google) responses to the Federal Communications Commission's requests for information inFile No. EB-O-IH-4055. I declare as follows:1.Street View atthetime it was proposed to use the vehicles as a platform to collect Wi-Fi access point locationsfor use in location-based services like Maps.2.I was aware that Google hadoutfitted Street View vehicles with devices that would allow them to identify Wi-Fi access pointsthe cars drove past.3.I was not aware at that time, however, that the Wi-Fi equipment onboard StreetView vehicles could receive payload data as well, or that the equipment had been programmed tocollect payload data from open Wi-Fi networks. I only learned in May 2010 that payload datafrom open Wi-Fi networks had actually been collected by Street View vehicles.I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct. Executed onAugust 30, 2011.
 
DCLARATN FI,
hereby submit this decaration in connection with Google Inc's("Googe) rsponses to the Federa Communications Commssion's requests for information inile No.
EB-O-J-4055 
decre as oows:
I. 
2. I
reca reviewing the gstumbersurcecode which was witten byn accordance with standard Googeprocedues my eview was mited to checkng the code for proe syntax and de-bgging beforethe code was checked it into Googes source code repository.
was not my rsponsibility toreview the nctionalty of the gstumber code and  did not notice that one of the eatures of gstumber was the coecto of unecypted Wii communcations  have no recoecton of eviewing the Wii Project design document that I ndestand drafted andcircuated, and it was not part of my duties to do soI decae unde enaty of ey that the foregoing is true and correct. Executed onAgust
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