Google Inc. has been ordered by the Indian police to suspend the services 'Street View' in the IT center of India, Bangalore. Google says this is a setback from the latest global mapping project that was hit by privacy concerns. Google has sent a fleet of cars all over the world to capture millions of images used in the map as part of the panoramic Street View service. But this is precisely the concern by local governments throughout the state by reason of regulatory challenges to the protection of privacy data is for each country.
"We received a letter from the police commissioner about Street View. We also are reviewing and have stopped our car until we have the opportunity to answer any questions or concerns of the police," said Google. Indian police commissioner declined to elaborate on reasons for issuing the letter ..
Bangalore city is a leading IT center and the third largest economic center in Asia. In which Google employs thousands of local nationals. The city is also the headquarters for Microsoft, Yahoo and Intel India. Google began collecting pictures of Bangalore city since three weeks ago. Bangalore is the first city in India that are targeted by the Street View.