Google has 7 million reasons to train its employees to be more careful when employing its Street View Program to collect images. In recent days, Google settled with various States, in the amount of $7 million, to resolve their investigation into Google's collection of personal information. As part of its Street View Program, Google used cameras attached to cars to collect images throughout the world. It also sought to improve its location services by identifying WiFi signals that could provide points of reference for mapping and other services. In doing so, Google was intercepting data transmitted over WiFi signals, collecting personally identifiable information such as e-mails and Web site visitations along the way. The personal information was collected from the unsecured WiFi signals that the Street View cars identified. Google claims that any collection of information was inadvertent and has apologized.