Court dismissed privacy suit against Google Street View

Aaron and Christine Boring sued Google alleging of  “significantly disregarded (their) privacy interests” when Street View cameras captured images of their house beyond signs marked “private road.” The couple claimed in their five-count lawsuit,  that Street View caused them "mental suffering," sought more than $25,000 in damages and asked that the images of their home be taken off the […]

Aaron and Christine Boring sued Google alleging of  “significantly disregarded (their) privacy interests” when Street View cameras captured images of their house beyond signs marked “private road.” The couple claimed in their five-count lawsuit,  that Street View caused them "mental suffering," sought more than $25,000 in damages and asked that the images of their home be taken off the site and destroyed.

However, the U.S. District Court for Western Pennsylvania wasn't impressed by the suit and dismissed it (PDF) Tuesday, saying the Borings "failed to state a claim under any count."

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