If the headline at all sounds familiar, let’s take a trip back to May. South Korean police raided Google’s local offices in response to suspicions of illegally obtained data (we’ll re-use the illustrative image above for the purposes of this article, well, because it sure is funny to see sub-machine gun wielding Segway riders). The Korean people obviously have a problem with people snooping around in personal data that doesn’t belong to them, as a regulatory group has once again raided Google’s South Korean offices. Little explanation is given in a report issued by Reuters, but it seems Android might be involved this time. Google released a statement promising full cooperation with the Korean Fair Trade Commission, going on to state that it does not require Android manufacturers to include Google applications, including search, on their devices.