November 18, 2008 8:35 AM PST

Privacy laws trip up Google's expansion in Europe

Privacy laws trip up Google's expansion in Europe

Search giant is getting caught in a web of privacy laws that threaten its growth and the positive image it has cultivated.
(From The New York Times)

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Just taking a picture of someone's house from the street in Germany is against the law there? Wow. I suppose this shows how much societies and cultures can differ between countries. What works in one country may be illegal in another.
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