• Kyodo


Detailed maps of two major Japanese airports, including restricted areas, were mistakenly made available to general users of the Google Groups free mail-sharing service, transport ministry officials said Friday.

The Japanese unit of U.S. search engine giant Google Inc. inadvertently shared maps of New Chitose airport, near Sapporo, and Central Japan International Airport (Centrair), near Nagoya, the officials said.

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