Did you know that Google was driving around the streets of Connecticut as part of its “street view” feature? The internet behemoth came to our state to capture images of thousands of streets in communities all over our state. Did you also know while Google was photographing your house and driveway, it was also gleaning all sorts of goodies from your wi-fi, like e-mail and other personal information?
It’s true. This Sunday on Face the State, you’ll hear all about it from Attorney General George Jepsen. Jepsen told me the details of the case and of some other cases he’s working on. I also asked him about potential lawsuits in the Newtown case and his thoughts on running for re-election in 2014.
You can watch the entire interview this Sunday morning at 11 on Face the State, only on Channel 3.
Also on the program, we’ll be talking with Consumer Protection Commissioner Bill Rubenstein about a new proposal to help fundraising in the wake of a disaster, be it something like Newtown or Hurricane Sandy. We also chatted about gas prices and scams.
Our third guest Sunday is the president of student government at Central Connecticut State University Eric Bergenn, who is hear to talk about efforts he and other students will undertake to try to reverse the decision made by the State Board of Regents to raise tuition at community colleges and state universities.
Finally, here’s a preview of Sunday’s Face the State flashback. http://dennishouse.wordpress.com/2013/03/20/face-the-state-flashback-the-woody-mia-battle/