Street View gives a 360-degree view of streets by merging photos collected by car-mounted cameras. The application created a furore after images of individuals were posted without their consent.
Google was forced to pull the images, including a man vomiting in Shoreditch and another man outside a Soho sex shop, for fears it was infringing privacy laws, prompting some to call for the tool to be canned altogether.
However, 58 per cent of the 2,500 respondents to the vnunet.com poll said that no further action needs to be taken, and that the removal of the offending images is an adequate response.
Some 15 per cent of readers thought that Google should do more to obscure people caught by the Street View cameras by blotting out bodies completely, while 21 per cent said that the site breaches privacy rights and should be taken down.
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