Private roads vs. Google Streetview

A Minnesota town with private roads,
North Oaks tells Google Maps: Keep out - we mean it, the story from the Strib.

Google maps has apparently complied, judging from the lack of Streetview in the neighborhood.


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Interesting bits are that roads in the town are a club good rather than a publicly provided one, so to drive without permission is trespassing. Google's car which collects streetview data apparently did that.

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