Due to a reporting error, the story, "Lawsuits over Google Wi-Fi sniffing pile on," posted Thursday misstated the day Google confirmed it would hand over data to regulators. It said this on Thursday. The story has been corrected on the wire and the ninth paragraph now reads:
On Thursday, Google confirmed that it would hand over sniffed data to European regulators within a few days. Google CEO Eric Schmidt told the Financial Times that his company would publish an external audit into the matter. "We screwed up. Let's be very clear about that," Schmidt was quoted as saying.