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 August 11, 2010  Posted by  Featured News, Non-U.S., Online

Stephanie Bodoni reports:

Google Inc. was criticized by Germany data privacy officials over plans to give German property owners a four-week deadline to stop their buildings showing up on the company’s Street View mapping service.


“Objections should be possible at all times,” Germany’s Federal Commissioner of Data Protection Peter Schaar said on his blog yesterday. “It should also be ensured that all complaints received are dealt with before” Street View services in Germany begin.

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