Google expands service ‘Street View’ to cover 50 countries around the world




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Google expands service “Street View” to cover 50 countries around the world

Launched “Google” update service “Street View” to expand the number of countries that can browse the features via the service to 50 countries around the world.

She explained, “Google” today via her blog that it has launched the largest renovation of the service since its inception, which included new countries such as Lesotho and Hungary in addition to about 350 thousand miles in 14 countries.

The U.S. company launched the service “Street View” in 2007, and through the addition of panoramic images of five American cities before expanding the service offering content from 50 countries around the world.

The “Google” that the service now offers photographs panoramic areas such as the “Danube” and the Chain Bridge “Chain” in Hungary, also comes with pictures of the Kingdom “Lesotho” which is characterized by a unique location within the other country, surrounded by South Africa from all sides.

The service “Street View” and one of the most services “Google” the most controversial, because of the content that is compiled by company vehicles during the capture of images from many countries around the world.

And faced “Google” problems due to collection vehicles to data users without their knowledge through networks “Wi-Fi” is encrypted, and the company has received several requests to remove some pictures which I consider users infiltrated for privacy which images of people in situations of improper or pictures of special places does not want owners in The presence on the service.

It is noteworthy that the “Google” recently paid about seven million dollars to a number of American States to end the investigations about the “violation” of the users’ privacy by collecting information from the networks, “Wi-Fi” open.
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