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Advertising, Imagery and Privacy

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An AP Wire story on found on a number of newspaper websites talks about the expanding inventory of searchable imagery available from a number of the big name mapping sites such as LiveLocal, Google Local and A9. This, combined with a growing interest in local advertising makes the mapping sites a great tool for local businesses. The article fails to clarify adequately the connection between the issue of privacy concerns with the availability of sharper imagery and the desire for localized advertising.

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