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Privacy campaigners and organisations jumped, almost without hesitance, at the thought that Google's controversial 360-degree Street View venture could be heading indoors. Though Google did not publicly respond to the privacy claims, the search giant attracted even more negative attention for its past indiscretions over public privacy and data protection.
Though "privacy will be central" to the new project, and faces will continue to be blurred out, some are still sceptical over the extension to the street-level mapping service. At least the service is opt-in only, rather than Google bursting down the doors, armed with photographers and panoramic photo kits.