Google StreetView car captures photo of naked woman...

Hate & Discontent

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Doesn’t Google supposedly use some high-tech program that supposedly pixelates the faces of unsuspecting individuals caught by its invasive Street View cameras?

Well, as seen in the above photo (click to enlarge), one Miami woman did not receive that courtesy. She was caught sans clothes by the Google camera as she stood on the doorstep of her home, with a water jug in her hand. It is unknown why she was naked.

In a second image, the woman appears to notice the Google Street View car as it continues driving down her block.

At press time, the woman’s photo remains on Google, though the search giant will soon likely remove (or fog) the explicit image.

9/10 UPDATE: As expected/predicted, Google has altered the Street View photos so that the naked woman is now behind a pixelation shroud.
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Don't worry, though, a screencap of the hotness was saved before Google redacted it...

GTR?



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THE FEZ MAN

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blech
 

THE FEZ MAN

as a matter of fact i dont have 5$
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na now that im a swinging single guy ive started to refine my tastes a little
 
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What's the point of getting a screenshot if the goodies are going to be blocked out.
 

Norm Stansfield

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Doesn’t Google supposedly use some high-tech program that supposedly pixelates the faces of unsuspecting individuals caught by its invasive Street View cameras?
How is it invasive to photograph someone standing on the side of a public road flashing innocent travelers?
 
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Looks like someone didn't pay their water bill. Notice the buckets and garbage can lined up under the drip line of the roof.
 

whiskeyguy

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How is it invasive to photograph someone standing on the side of a public road flashing innocent travelers?
This. At least in California, anything that can be filmed from a public area is fair game, even if it's into your living room.