Connecticut Attorney General, Richard Blumenthal has revealed that a 37 states' group has risen to conduct an investigation into Google Inc.'s collection of personal information of people via its wireless Internet networks.
However, the technology giant has claimed that the accusation is true, but it was not done deliberately as was purely inadvertent.
The Company incurred information in more than 30 countries while photographing for Street View.
Google Inc. is facing a huge pressure from Blumenthal, who is seeking answers on its accessing of public data using its Wi-Fi networks under its mapping service.
Blumenthal posted in a statement, "We are asking Google to identify specific individuals responsible for the snooping code and how Google was unaware that this code allowed the Street View cars to collect data transmitted over WiFi networks".
A Google spokeswoman on Wednesday revealed that the Company is in a working process with the authorities. Also, Blumenthal is slated to table with high Company officials to discuss over the matter on Friday.
However, the Company still stuck to its claim that is has not violated any law.
Google defended itself by claiming that it had fetched a piece of software code that was used by its Street View team for accessing payload data.