Paul McCartney's home disappears from Google Street View

Saturday, July 05, 2014

A host of stars have had images of their houses blurred on the online mapping service. The popular feature allows internet users to view street-level photographs across the country. Ex-Beatle McCartney’s London home is blurred on the 3D map – although his street can be seen.

Disgraced former RBS bank boss Fred Goodwin’s £3.5million mansion in Edinburgh is also “lost”. The same blurring obscures the Surrey home of Welsh mezzo-soprano Katherine Jenkins, below, and Google has also obscured the £5million London town house of Tony Blair and his wife Cherie. The Cotswolds mansion owned by pop star Lily Allen and her husband, Sam Cooper, is also fogged. Google said: “We provide easily accessible tools allowing users to request further blurring of any image that features the user, their family, their car or their home.” The company has been dealing with a surge in requests to remove data from its search archives after a European court ruling over the “right to be forgotten”.

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Source: The Express, UK

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7/5/2014 4:29 PM
Paul I cannot blame u! ♥♥

After all you have done for us, the least everyone can do is give you some privacy in return! Love u always! Peace & ♥ man!

7/5/2014 8:30 PM
"Shaking Hands With Sir Paul McCartney"

Paul the World loves you !  Glad your feeling better. See you in August, Glendale , Az.

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