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Though Google has admitted to spying on perhaps hundreds of thousands of Americans, the U.S. government’s response has been so muted that privacy advocates have resorted to elaborate pranks to embarrass officials into acting. Read more»
If you're up to anything untoward, you might want to close your curtains over the next few days. Camera-equipped cars from Google Street View are in Tucson, roaming the streets to update the Internet giant's repository of photos of every house on every block, everywhere. Read more» 2