Google To Limit Photo Resolution Of Israeli Military Sites

We reported
about a great New York Times

looking at how various governments around the world have been made
nervous by aerial images posted in Google Maps. Now
via Google
Blogoscoped, there’s a
out of Israel that Google has agreed to limit the resolution of
military installations in Israel, something the NYT article says is mandated by
US law.

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