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

Google Inc.’s Street View mapping service may break EU laws unless it improves the blurring technique it uses to disguise images.

Officials from 30 European countries today adopted a common approach that may force Google, the owner of the most popular Internet search engine, to take further steps to avoid infringing privacy rights. The measure creates a coordinated approach to privacy issues that could arise as Street View is rolled out in Europe, Gerard Lommel, one of the officials, said in an interview today.

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