News around the web: T-Mobile Confirms Data Breach

By on June 9, 2009, 7:00 PM
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Wendig0 Wendig0, TechSpot Paladin, said:

RE: Blurred Out: 51 Things You Aren't Allowed to See on Google Maps

I can understand the military installations, but I think the Boring family had their home blurred out because they're most likely attention whores using reverse psychology on Google to get attention or they're doing something they shouldn't be. The rest of this stuff is propaganda. Oh and as for North Oaks, Minnesota, that's just creepy and should be the setting for the next Stephen King novella.

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