All clear for Google Streetview

  Seth Haniel 11:28 23 Apr 2009
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  PalaeoBill 15:39 23 Apr 2009

Interesting that Google Earth and Street View are ok but an MP isn't allowed to photograph a cycle path:
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A Dentist can't photograph the hotel he is staying in:
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and an Austrian tourist can't photograph a london bus:
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As to Google not being used for crime:
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I'm just saying that its interesting; still very much on the fence over this.

  WhiteTruckMan 18:55 23 Apr 2009

Interesting, that. I reckon that whenever I ask for directions (from a man) then nine times out of ten I am guided using pubs as references.

I dont know what women use for landmarks as I've yet to encounter one who knew where I was going.

WTM

  laurie53 19:41 23 Apr 2009

Since you don't know why should they?!

  Stuartli 19:42 23 Apr 2009

I always find that if you are in an unfamiliar area and wish to know how to find a particular road or street, the best bet is seek directions in a newsagents.

  PalaeoBill 21:22 23 Apr 2009

I was hoplessly lost driving through Manchester many years ago and in the end I paid a taxi driver to go where I wanted and then followed him.

  interzone55 21:27 23 Apr 2009

The Register has regular reports about Police abusing powers by stopping photographers.

A train spotter was stopped from videoing a train the other week by Virgin staff.

Some people are extremely paranoid, and if we carry on removing people's rights in the name of preventing terrorism then Al Qaeda will have won...

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  birdface 21:32 23 Apr 2009

You are right about 9 out of 10 give you directions Via the pubs and clubs.I asked someone for directions on the outskirts of Birmingham.Not anywhere about here mate was the reply.Ive lived here for 40 years and never heard of it.His bus came then and he moved off leaving behind the street name that I was looking for which he had been leaning against.

  peter99co 22:47 23 Apr 2009

The UK's military top brass are said to be "furious" that updated imagery on Google Earth

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  Seth Haniel 10:09 24 Apr 2009

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