Privacy Advisor

Court ruling on privacy aspects of geo-information Internet platform

Along with forthcoming services like Google Maps, Google StreetView, Google Earth, and the like, comes the new era of geo-information Web sites. By combining electronic maps with photos and data such as street names, company addresses, descriptions of public buildings, and other points of interest—even the menu of the restaurant at the corner—comprehensive "virtual" realities are created.

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