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Even as a law student, when I look at Google’s “Street View” feature, the last thing I’m thinking about is a lawsuit. A lawsuit, however, is just what Aaron and Christine Boring of Pennsylvania thought when they saw their house on street view.
Our story begins back in 2008, when the Borings discovered that Continue Reading →
Tareq and Michaele Salahi, Virginia socialites, may now be the most infamous reality TV stars in Washington. The couple has made headlines for crashing a recent White House state dinner and shaking hands with President Obama. The couple apparently made it past several security checkpoints to gain access to the party, even though they Continue Reading →
Google Maps is a great tool, recently made even better with the addition of Street View, which offers photo illustrations of the directions supplied. The photo is displayed above the map and may be rotated 360 degrees. In order to get a complete set of photos, Google hires local residents to drive around [...]Continue Reading →
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