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Google Takes Street View to the Bottom of the World

July 19, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Google offers Street View-esque images of Antarctica; a man wearing computer-assisted glasses is assaulted at a Paris McDonald’s; the WTO rules on China’s e-commerce market; a French court decision could mean Google has to censor file-sharing-related results from autocomplete; Microsoft apologizes to the EC, though it could still face huge fines.

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