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Thursday, July 31, 2008


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Well, Google's argument was that you could view the house from a satellite image, so this illusion that an entire private residence could be completely enclosed in an invisible bubble is a faulty idea. The fact that the Google's camera car drove into their driveway was partly the owner's fault because there was no "Private Property" sign on a driveway that looks like a street.

Besides, Google took down the pictures to their house, as they do for any privacy request. The pictures they did have were just pictures of the house, so no harm no foul. I think the owners are just after money from Google's deep pockets.

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