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Thursday, 15 September 2016

Google street view blurs cow's face in Cambridge

Posted by Anup Baral | September 16, 2016 :
A cow which had its face blurred by Google street view has proved a hit on social media The animal was snapped by Google's cameras at Coe Fen, Cambridge, and seemingly given the same treatment humans receive for privacy reasons The cow's face can clearly be seen grazing near the river River Cam on an image taken slightly further away, but Google seems to have blurred it for a close-up view

Google's street view launched in 2007 and received widespread media coverage as cars mounted with cameras mapped streets around the world Mr Shariatmadari spotted the bovine anomaly and posted it on Twitter, saying it was "great to see Google takes cow privacy seriously"

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