Some analysts believe that Googles behavior follows a trend in the Internet industry: Push the boundaries of privacy issues; apologize, and then push again once the scandal dies down. If this is the case, Google will have to decide, as the possible fines and other penalties accrue, whether this strategy pays off.Write an essay of 1200-1300 words showing your opinion about the problem. Answer the following questions in your essay:What is the current situation with Google’s Street View and privacy?Google stated that its intention in gathering unprotected wireless network information was simply to be able to provide more accurate location data for its Street View service. Can you think of any reason for Google to have gathered this data?Is there any potential service Google could consider offering with this additional data?Enter the street address of your home or place of work to find what photos are available in Street View. Comment on the accuracy of Street View and the content of the photos you find. Does this sort of capability delight you or concern you? Why?Cite another example of information technology companies pushing the boundaries of privacy issues; apologizing, and then pushing again once the scandal dies down. As long as the controversy fades, is there anything unethical about such a strategy?The attached articleS are one of the dozens of documents you may find useful working on the essay. Remember, you need to cite at least two sources.