Is an (inaccurate) national adress database a treat to privacy and sometimes personal security?
Andrew.Cormack at ja.net
Wed Dec 15 10:04:08 GMT 2010
Apparently some people considered the holes in Streetview Germany sufficiently interesting that they got "egged"...
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> On 12/12/10 17:46, Adrian Midgley wrote:
> > The same applies to Google Streetview. THe holes are potentially
> > interesting.
> There are a lot of inconsistently and incorrectly numbered and named
> streets out there. I'm confident that this would overwhelm any
> interesting omissions in the data.
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