I have been meaning to do a post for a while, but things keep cropping up to stop or distract me, here’s a quick update.
Well the meeting has been and gone and I have a reasonable care package until September, when it will be reviewed again. I will post more about the meeting in a future post but the main thing is they agreed to me having a registered nurse, for now. This post is about privacy and AN’s Read more about Privacy and a brief update[…]
I don’t use Google Maps much, and streetview even less, but I was surprised to find out just how bad it is for privacy, I like most people assumed that it’s auto blurring technology would be pretty good, otherwise how could they be allowed to take photos of the entire country, surely the UK Information Read more about Google Streetview privacy still isn't acceptable[…]
Well the vans have finally arrived in Cheltenham, they were first spotted yesterday and today at just after lunchtime they snapped my flat, unfortunately I didn’t get a “Google Sux0rs, World Wind Rulez” poster up in time, but I will be asking the StreetView overlords to remove my home as soon as it’s online.
This is basically a rehash of a reply I posted on Stefans blog, on why I don’t like streetview, well actually that’s not entirely true, it is more the way Google handles the streetview process I don’t like. I live in the UK, and note I don’t read or listen to the tabloid press, but Read more about Google StreetView rant[…]
From the GEO-JOBE blog it seems Google is being sued for invasion of privacy The Borings say the images of their home on the Google site had to be taken from their long driveway, labeled “Private Road,” and that violated their privacy. “There’s no merit to this action,” Google spokesman Larry Yu said. “It is Read more about Google being sued[…]