"Connecticut Atty. Gen. Richard Blumenthal, who has been leading
the month-old investigation, sent a third letter to Google on
Wednesday asking, among other things, whether it had tested the
feature's software before putting it to use. Doing so, he said,
should have uncovered any glitches responsible for the unwarranted
collection of e-mails, passwords and other personal data of those
who failed to protect their networks with passwords.
""Google's responses continue to generate more questions than
they answer," he said in a statement. "Now the question is how it
may have used -- and secured -- all this private information.