Street View is the next generation of Google mapping why squint at the world from the remove of a satellite when you can get a full panoramic view on the ground? By 2008, the company started rolling out its Street View maps, compiled in part by teams of cameramen in cars patrolling nearly every nook and cranny of America's cities and eventually cities in Europe and Asia. But Street View raised obvious privacy concerns. Who wants to be shown exiting a strip club or urinating in public (as some Street View snapshots that went viral revealed)? Responding to public protests about invasion of privacy, the governments of both Greece and Austria barred Google from deploying its street-level cameras in May the front line, perhaps, in a pushback against Google's prying eyes.
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