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With Google's Photo Sphere, users contribute photos of remote spots

Parker Higgins, a spokesman for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, said that although Google is not breaking any laws, some people already were bothered by Street View simply because they weren't used to the fact that anyone can type in their street address and see their house.

"In other parts of the world, people are very uncomfortable with the idea of Google coming through and photographing everything, and you can imagine that they'd be even more uncomfortable with individuals doing this and collectively uploading to Google," he said.

Wednesday, September 4, 2013
Los Angeles Times

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