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Re: [teacherartexchange] Big brother is watching


From: Rebecca Burch (mamallama_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Jul 05 2007 - 07:29:51 PDT

Yep. That is really creepy. I am really thankful to be living out in
the boondocks where there is not clear picture -- all you get is
green. But my parents' house is really clear -- you can even see my
Dad's license plate! And all the buildings near where I work are so
clear. You'd think that with all the national security issues going
on right now, releasing this sort of information would be the last
thing someone would want to do.

On 7/5/07, Pam Wellington <> wrote:
> Speakng of being watched, the latest in Google is their maps. I was shown
> by a friend an option on Google where you pull up a map and there are
> certain areas that you can go to where the map zooms in so close that you
> have an image just like you are standing on the street, of the front door of
> a building, you can see people coming out of doors, license plate numbers on
> cars, and you can rotate your view 360 degrees. Its amazingly clear. It's
> not in real time. There is no way of knowing when the image was taken, but
> you certainly can recognize faces. I had no idea you could zoom in that
> close on a Google map! There is quite a flack going on about invasion of
> privacy.
> Pam
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