Saturday, October 10, 2009

Google Crowdsources Google Maps, Erases Street View Data

Google took additional measures to let users crowdsource its Google Maps application, allowing U.S. users to point out gaps in the search engine giant's Google Maps coverage. When users search and scan map results, they will see a "report a problem" link on the bottom right of a the map. Google Maps' Street View also got a shot in the arm this week, rolling out to cover Canada and the Czech Republic. Google also agreed to permanently blur images on its internal database within one year of their publication on Street View.
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