Google said that it has finished deleting content gathered from UK Wi-Fi networks.
The company said that it had completed deletion of the information and that the takedown was certified by a third-party.
The news puts to rest a privacy saga that has raged through much of 2010. The company had been under fire for using its Street View imaging vehicles to collect data from open Wi-Fi networks in the UK.
Google had insisted the harvesting was the result of an unintentional software installation and that the data had not been collected with any intent for use by the company.
The incident and its fallout have created controversy both for Google and the UK's Information Commissioner's Office (ICO.)
The company has been working to delete the data since November, when it agreed to a deal with the ICO.
The Street View service has caused Google no shortage of legal troubles in recent years. In addition to actions in the UK, the company has drawn the ire of the EU and inspired government inquiries in the US
Google has also faced actions over alleged privacy violations with its other services, most notably the Buzz social networking platform.
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