"The ICO said it had only seen samples of some of the data Google inadvertently collected via its Street View vehicles, and admitted that other authorities investigating the practice could yet find information that might be easily linked to an individual."
Who provided the samples the ICO viewed ?
Did ICO pick their own samples or more likely, were they "helpfully" provided by the Church of Googletology, presumably to prove their bleeding innocence and to carry on as normal ?
No wonder Britain has such poor privacy regulation/proptection if the authority responsible for it is so bloody toothless and ineffective.
Feh. (Posting anon for obvious reasons)