openquoteTOKYO (Reuters) – A group of Japanese lawyers and professors asked on Friday that Google Inc stop providing detailed street-level images of Japanese cities on the Internet, saying they violated privacy rights.

Google’s Street View offers ground-level, 360-degree views of streets in 12 Japanese cities and is also offered for some 50 cities in the United States and certain areas in Europe.closequote

Ya, that sounds like a good idea, we should get rid of a service that helps millions because a few people feel uncomfortable. These are still images taken almost a year ago and they don’t get updated for two or three more years, so, basically, they’re mad because someone at some time took a picture of the street in front of their business and put it on the internet… silly…


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