Google does not want to give up info about cars that circulated in Rio
RIO DE JANEIRO
Rio de Janeiro prosecutors and Google are engaged in a legal dispute over access to data on users of the platform that can assist in the investigation of the death of councilor Marielle Franco (PSOL) and her driver Anderson Gomes.
The American company appealed to the STJ (Superior Court of Justice) not to give the Prosecutor’s Office data on all users who circulated at the Transolímpica within a 15-minute interval on the night of December 2, 2018.
This was the last time that traffic monitoring cameras identified the city presence of the silver Cobalt plate KPA-5923 used in the crime.
With the data, the prosecutors want to identify who was using the vehicle nine months after the crime.