image thumb146 Google thinks it has right to invade privacy as it wins Street View privacy suit

We had earlier reported Google Street View been sued over invading privacy of a couple in Pittsburgh, the court has ruled in favor of Google. Both Aaron and Christine has pressed charges against Google when Street View showed their house that had signs reading private road. They demanded $25,000 in damages along with the removal of images. Google remains a staunch believer of the privacy doesn’t exist in the modern age and demands that it is given the right to photograph every nook and corner, even if it’s private road. The reason; There are already a countless satellites doing the same.