L.A. Times: As Satellite Mapping Gets More Detailed, Privacy Concerns Grow

New Mapping products from Google and Microsoft are quickly removing one of the last barriers of privacy, as evidenced by the launch and meteoric rise of Gawker Stalker. Digging deeper, an L.A. Times writer discusses the thorny issue of Internet privacy as it relates to Google Earth and Microsoft’s new map service, Windows Live Local. Windows Live Local provides incredibly detailed photos that are only days old for much of the U.S. This is a must-read for those concerned about their privacy. Click here to read the L.A. Times article.

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