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Angry villagers formed a human chain to thwart the progress of a Google Street View car that was in the process of taking photographs of their homes.
Police were called to Broughton in Buckinghamshire yesterday, after furious villagers blocked one of the cars, complaining it was an invasion of their privacy and that the photographs would attract burglaries.
Originally posted by The Godfather of Conspira
The least they could have done is just knocked on a few doors and asked if people were okay with having their public property photographed.
Isn't it against the law to take photos of private property without express permission anyway?
Originally posted by dolphinfan
For the moment it did accomplish their goal. The dude left the neighborhood. What they should do the next time is trash his vehicle.
Privacy is stolen in the same manner as freedom. One bit at a time.