Google Earth surprises topless young lady

By on September 27, 2006, 6:02 AM
A few days ago Google Earth updated its mapping images of certain parts of Europe and to the surprise of many, the satellite captured an image of a lady taking a topless sun bath on the roof of her house. This inconceivable event makes me wonder. First, what are the odds of you laying on your roof and being captured by a satellite for the world to see with your clothes off? Unimaginable. Second, this lady must not be happy with the fact that a picture of her topless is available for the world to see which brings up issues of privacy. Is it acceptable that we are being watched without our consent?

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AeonXX said:
No, it really isn't acceptable, but it won't be stopped anytime soon. Technology is being taken advantage of by the bureaucrats to control the little people, but that's nothing new. Google Earth snapshots are pretty low-res if I recall, so the woman can only be identified by officials or those that know the area and her name and address, right?
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