Google lets you take down faces on Street View

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In response to criticism by some, Google has quietly changed its policy on its Street View product.

Now, anyone can alert the company and have an image of a license plate or a recognizable face removed, not just the owner of the face or car, says Marissa Mayer, vice president of search products and user experience at Google. But you have to ask. Wonder if Borat has the right to take down this one (see below)?

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