Google has announced that cars that take Street View photos will appear this year in 82 cities in Poland. Also in Papianese.
If the media giant’s ads pay off, that’s fine, because the photos from Pabianice are way too old for the service. The last photo of Google City Center was taken in the spring of 2017. Thus, we will not see Tkalnia, but there are still legendary hamburger stands beside SDH.
It is even “older” in Bojaj. We can see the buried Lidl building, which opened on April 21, 2016, and on the cars of Poland’s flags for Euro 2012.
The service has been updated since March and is expected to end in October. The cities of لودód province, where the car with a powerful camera will appear on the roof, are Bełchatów, źódź, Piotrków Trybunalski, Radomsko and Pabianice.
Google will protect people’s privacy and hide any sensitive data.
– We have created advanced technology to blur faces and license plates, which we use to process all the images we post on Street View. If you see that your face or license plate is not blurry enough, or if you want us to blur out your entire home or car, or your entire character in a photo, please submit a request via Report a Problem on our website, Google will report.