Oct 042010
 
 October 4, 2010  Court, Online

Wendy Davis reports:

The U.S. Supreme Court gave Google some good news today in a lawsuit stemming from its Street View feature, which offers detailed photographs of public streets — including the outside facades of people’s houses.

The Supreme Court turned down a request to take up the appeal of married couple Aaron and Christine Boring, who unsuccessfully sued Google for allegedly violating their privacy by displaying a photo of their home near Pittsburgh, Pa.

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