Let me say I do enjoy Google Earth and am a frequent user of google maps.
However, this being said, I was a little disturbed today when pulling up a map from google search. I am toying with the idea of buying a summer home in PA near my parents and moving to Virginia. So as I was looking at a street on the map I noticed you could click street view (which I had never seen before) upon clicking it I found I was looking at a 360 view of that street! And the picture was not at all dated by one of the cars that was in the picture.
I have so far found this works in New York city and Pittsburgh Pa but not in Baltimore yet. Where I was looking was a small suburb 20 mins outside of Pittsburgh. While this may make finding things while driving a bit easier (as womens directions are very visual) Isn't this a bit dangerous in the wrong hands?> Hell my old highschool was able to be viewed! And New York City--- Hello! 9-11!!!
Not that I want to come off as a conspiracy theorist but how far off till they can see me in the shower