Heads up, Google Maps! There’s a “new” kid on the block, and it’s pretty damn impressive! Daum.net has a new map service out, and its quality is over the top, or so says the article. Luckily, though, it’s limited to South Korea, so I guess the folks at Google can relax a bit. Daum’s map also offers two kinds of view: sky and road — which is self-explanatory.
However, despite its seemingly wonderful service, the privacy of the citizens comes into question about this product. In the images, people’s faces and license plates are recognizable and yadada.
That ain’t cool, man. Last thing I want is a fear of standing in front of a restaurant, and some hidden camera person comes and take a picture of me in an embarrassing pose or when I pick my nose or something! I guess with this in mind, people who fancy public display of sexual affections better watch out, or they will be plastered all over that map.
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