South Korea delays preference on Google’s ask for mapping data


SEOUL South Korea pronounced on Wednesday it will extend a examination of a ask by Google Inc in Jun for accede to take supervision mapping information out of a nation for use in servers worldwide, with a preference due by Nov. 23.

Seoul had formerly pronounced it would confirm on a ask by Wednesday. Google, whose corporate primogenitor is Alphabet Inc, has pronounced it needs to put a information on servers worldwide to entirely capacitate mapping services in South Korea.

Following a assembly of officials on Wednesday, a supervision pronounced it needs to make a “cautious decision” on a matter after holding serve discussions with Google on issues such as security.

(Reporting by Se Young Lee and Hyunjoo Jin; Editing by Kenneth Maxwell)


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