Google Is `Serial Privacy Violator,' Simpson Says

March 13 (Bloomberg) -- John Simpson, director of Consumer Watchdog's privacy project, and Nick Thompson, editor of New Yorker Magazine Inc.'s Newyorker.com and a Bloomberg News contributor, talk about Google Inc.'s agreement to pay $7 million to settle a multistate probe over the collection of data from unsecured wireless networks across the U.S. They speak with Cory Johnson on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)

Wynn Macau Profit Beats, New Resort to Come
22:43 - Wynn shares are falling in extended trading after a continued decline in betting activity in Macau. Bloomberg Intelligence's Margaret Huang discusses the data on "Daybreak Asia." (Source: Bloomberg)
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