The United Kingdom’s Information Commissioner’s Office recently announced that Google, Inc. has committed to improving its handling of data and taking measures to prevent the further invasion of citizen’s privacy, such as with the collection of unsecured WiFi data by Google’s StreetView vehicles. The agreement commits the company to improving training measures, and the company will now require its engineers to create a “privacy design document” for any new projects. Google also will delete all WiFi data collected by the StreetView vehicles in the U.K. The Information Commissioner’s Office said that over the next several months it will undertake a “full audit of Google’s internal privacy structure, privacy training programs, and its system of privacy reviews for new products.”