Sep 162010
 
 September 16, 2010  Posted by  Non-U.S., Online

Google Maps has come under fire in Taiwan for failing to blur out personal information like faces and license plates from the images on its site. Those images are offered in the form of panoramic street views connected to the maps on the site.

The Consumer Foundation is calling on the National Communications Commission (NCC) to draft regulations to protect the internet privacy of local residents.

Read more on Radio Taiwan International.

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