See How India Rejected Google's Map From Viewing Streets In Their City

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 India has rejected Google's plan to get images from their city for it's Street View Service, after security agencies gave objections.

 According to Indian Reports, they said the service would have the ability to compromise the country's security.
 BBC said that The Press Trust of India agency reported that India's interior ministry had informed Google that its plan to cover India via the service has being rejected. 



 About Google Street View
 Google Street View is a technology  featured in the Google Maps and Google Earth, launched in 2007 that provides users with panoramic views from positions along many streets in the world.
 This service had experienced a lot of success but it has being believed to have caused problems related to privacy in some countries.
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