So, more people are complaining about Google's Streetview, as some faces are publically identifiable, and more often than not, people don't like the fact there's a photo of their house on the internet.
Seriously, what the fuck are people getting so worked up about? It's one photo taken at one moment in time - does it really fucking matter? Really? Christ, I know I'm the first to complain about invasions of privacy (usually from the state) but this is just a step too far. My current house is not included on there but my previous house is, complete with the car parked outside. And do you know what? I couldn't give a fuck. My house just looks like a house with a car outside, with both registration plates blurred. There's nothing of use to someone wanting to break in there, apart from the possible deterrent (although not much!) of an alarm box on the outside.
I haven't seen a face that hasn't been blurred and yet is particularly identifiable. And even if it was, does it matter? It just means you were walking down that street at a certain (unknown) particular time on a certain (unknown) partiuclar day, over 6 months ago. This is a world away from CCTV cameras which are constantly updated.
Meanwhile, tons of Google Image searches bring up people's faces, such as here, and on high-traffic websites such as here and here. Are we going to have to start blurring these photos as well?
And what makes people think everyone is going to be flocking to view their insignificant house?
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