This comment posted by “Jill” and featured at SSWUG (SQL Server Worldwide Users Group) is worth a read.
by Adena Schutzberg on 07/31 at 07:17 AM |
A Pittsburgh couple on a private road sued the company in April stating it had no right to drive up the road and photograph the house. Google’s paper asking for a dismissal were filed in July and posted on the Smoking Gun yesterday. Google’s argument boils down to, “there is no privacy” and “we as a society allow people to walk up to our doors all the time.”
- New York Post
by Adena Schutzberg on 07/31 at 07:05 AM |
It may be in Hall County, Nebraska.
Hall County Surveyor Casey Sherlock proposed to combine his existing Surveyor Department with the existing Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Department (which is currently under the county’s information technology director) at a total cost of $200,648. The “deal?” Separately the two departments had a budge of $204,000 for the past fiscal year. The proposal also included a $20 raise for Sherlock.
- Grand Isle Indepedent
by Adena Schutzberg on 07/31 at 06:37 AM |