hardly any Germans opt out , thats really odd, considering their history and the IBM database etc
"Google says hardly any Germans opt out of Street View
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Says (nearly) all opt-outs accommodated
By Joe Fay • Get more from this author
Posted in Law, 21st October 2010 13:21 GMT
Google has said that just 2.89 per cent of German households have asked for their homes to be taken off Street View - but sadly it will not be able to oblige all of them when it launches in the country next month.
Street View has unaccountably gotten up the noses of privacy groups, householders and random street drunks worldwide since it launched.
However, few countries have been as problematic for Google's all-seeing Astras/Opels as Germany, which much to the ad-broker's apparent surprise has some kind of bizarre cultural aversion to anything that smacks of surveillance."
what are you talking about, dont you/ad-broker's remember their history ?
"much to the ad-broker's apparent surprise has some kind of [b]bizarre cultural aversion[/b] to anything that smacks of surveillance."
dont you remember the original IBM database and paper files listings of ALL so called harmless lists of ALL jewish residents and their locations and associations , the party you least expect will be SO happy that goole etal , the other DPI vendor;s and marketeers are collecting all this interesting data, thats why i find this so odd that google state hardly any Germans opt out