Google Sued Over 'Street View'

Pittsburgh couple sues Google for invasion of privacy after photos of their home are published on Google's "Street View" mapping feature.

"The Borings allege, their 'private information was made known to the public,' causing them 'mental suffering' and diminishing the value of their home...The Borings are seeking in excess of $25,000 in damages and want a court order directing Google to destroy images of their home."

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