Google Street View Proposal Rejected by Indian Government

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Google Street View Proposal rejected by Indian Government

In today’s modern world if an individual wants to find something the very first thing to reach out using technology is Google. When it’s confusing to find a perfect destination then the thing is to search the required address on Google maps. Google Maps is developed in the higher version as Google Street View where this application can be used frequently by tourists before visiting the place to get a real image in 3D.

Google acclaimed that they will provide 360° panoramic and street-level view. This technology was proposed by Google in India to explore more places like street, roads, lakes, tourist’s places and more. This proposal was rejected by Union Minister Hansraj Gangaram Ahir where Google was about to give the users to explore the Google 360° panoramic street view where people can see the public places around. The government denied as said by Hansraj Gangaram Ahir in written to the question.

Technically the plans of Google was to let the people view tourists spots, hills,  Indian Cities, rivers and more from one place using Google 360° panoramic street view which would be 3 dimensional. This app posts online all the things which are captured around. The App does give a privilege to explore almost every single place a person must have dreamt of visiting.

The application of Google Street View has been permitted to limited tourist locations in India including Taj Mahal, Varanasi river bank, RedFort, Mysore Palace, Qutub Minar, Tanjavur Temple, Chinnaswamy stadium, Nalanda University in association with archaeologists of India Society. Moreover, this app is widely used in the US, European countries and Canada.

This technology seen in Google Maps and Google Earth was launched in 2007 in several cities in the US and is still covering many areas around the world.

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Christopher Parge
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