Japan forces Google to re-shoot images on Street View service
The privacy campaigners in Japan has sought to stop this controversial service of Google, Street View, but had to settle for a compromise. Google is being forced to re-record the images of 12 cities after it lowers it roving cameras by 40 cm because of complaints that they were capturing images over fences, hence privacy issues. This move comes exactly a day after Greece stopped the service until the internet firm provided more assurances on privacy. There were concerns in the UK which were speculated by the media that a woman filed for divorce after her husband was caught cheating on her on Google Street View.