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  Reply # 2081443 30-Aug-2018 15:38
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I thought they blurred peoples faces out.


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  Reply # 2081449 30-Aug-2018 15:44
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Some time ago, there was chap in IIRC Glasgow whose hobby was to get seen on Google Streetview wearing a horse-head mask thing.

 

And there was a thing to get yourself and partner snapped having simulated? sex on Streetview.

 

And, in the good old days, locating aircraft in flight on Google satellite images was a thing. The highlight was a Lancaster bomber that someone found.

 

 




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  Reply # 2081623 30-Aug-2018 18:42
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Paul1977:

 

I thought they blurred peoples faces out.

 

 

They do, but you can still recognize some peoples features. There was no denying it was me, that's for sure.

 

With regards to an earlier post and "Gentlemens Establishment", I better go check lol


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  Reply # 2081768 31-Aug-2018 08:25
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Similar here, I'm sitting at my office desk (at home) on Google Maps. 






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