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Japan: Fukuoka Bar Association requests halt to Street View

Matimulog reports on news that the Fukuoka Bar Association has made a declaration requesting that Google halt its Street View service [ja], launched in August of this year in Japan to mixed reviews, due to its violation of the right to privacy. The blogger writes: “I can't help but wonder: why the Fukuoka Bar Association? The Street View service hasn't even been offered anywhere in Kyūshū, let alone in Fukuoka.” (For more info see also J-CAST article [ja].)

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