If you've ever caught a glimpse of a specially adapted car with a huge camera sticking out of the sunroof, chances are you've just been spotted by Google's now-infamous Street View technology. Launched in 2007, the popular Google Maps add-on provides clear panoramic views of streets, buildings, and cities across the globe. But recently, the world’s biggest search engine and its Street View team has been accused of breaking privacy laws in several countries. As if the censorship troubles with China weren’t enough, Google has now made the shit-list of a bunch of other nations, including our own U.S. of A. From Canada to South Korea, check out 9 Countries that Hate Google Street View...

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