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 November 11, 2009  Business, Surveillance

Andrew Blankstein reports:

Suppose you could look at the pool in back of James Cameron’s Malibu estate. Or admire the ornate garden at Haim Saban’s Beverly Hills mansion. Or check out the tennis court at Tiger Woods’ Florida home.

Should you?

The Web site makes possible exactly that sort of high-tech snooping, listing addresses and aerial photos of the homes of hundreds of celebrities, corporate titans, politicians and others.

To a lot of stars and their lawyers, that’s a big problem.

Read more in the Chicago Tribune.

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