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  • A leak has revealed six years worth of Google privacy and security concerns reported internally by employees.
  • The reports range from an algorithm storing license plate numbers to a Google speech service collecting speech data from an estimated 1,000 children.
  • Google says the reports are from over six years ago and each incident was resolved at the time.

A leaked copy of Google’s internal database has revealed six years worth of privacy and security concerns that were reported internally by employees. The report is said to contain thousands of incidents that include services like Google Street View, YouTube, and more.

The folks over at 404 Media have reportedly obtained a copy of an internal Google database that tracks six years of issues. These privacy and security concerns deal with the company’s various products, data collecting practices, third-party vendor vulnerabilities, and staff mistakes.