Google Street View, the search engine’s ground-level mapping service that gives the user a 360-degree view of buildings and public thoroughfares, has captured a potentially embarrassing photo.
“Doesn’t Google supposedly use some high-tech program that supposedly pixellated the faces of unsuspecting individuals caught by its invasive Street View cameras?” asks The Smoking Gun in posting this image of a naked woman caught by Google’s cameras standing outside her home naked.
Certainly embarrassing for this woman, but is Google’s Street View really “invasive?” It’s been controversial, but all Google does is document and index imagery that’s available from public spaces. There’s nothing “invasive” about that.
People shouldn’t do things in public that they don’t want to be seen publicly, including standing outside naked.
And some other naked woman captured by google street view :
And also Google Street View captured a naked British residents painting the walls in their own backyard.
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