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  1. I’ve seen the prostitutes before (this is the first time on Google street view though Nyuk nyuk), but why would they blank out a horse face and not other people on the street?

    These posts where there’s no information are vexing for my inquiring mind.

  2. Hypothetical question: What if Google caught a filmstar, and then blurs his or her face. Is Google messing with the the law in the US? I mean, filmstars assiduously guard their public image.

    Now what happens if Google captures Mickey Mouse? I’m sure that they have a pic of Mickey somewhere. What if Mickey isn’t blurred? Do the MouseCorp come after Google for breach of copyright? Or even if Mickey is blurred, can MouseCorp extract cash?

  3. A horse walks into a Google map. Why the long face?

    And, @JeffV, no, no, and no. None of those are in any way applicable.

  4. Two theories: Goggle is using face recognition software that is as accurate as Google translate, or someone at Google may have a sense of humour.

    Possibly both…

  5. Weirdly enough, I once noticed in a Cheater’s episode they blurred out hte faces of some ducks swimming on the lake behind the loving couple. MAybe this is a new media practice we are unaware of?

  6. That’s not a horse, that’s Rosie O’Donnell!!!!

    You guys are insensitive. Give Rosie a break for once.

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