After less than 24 hrs, Google pulls it's street level imagery of London in a privacy row. Google pulls Street View shots amid privacy complaints | Electricpig.co.uk Not wanting to be seen where one shouldn't be, or doing something one might not want others to know about - I can understand. But such concerns cannot easily be applied to actions committed in public where, by definition they're visible - i.e. 'in plain view'. The UK has no De Jure right to privacy - of a sort that would be tested under these circumstances. I'm a staunch believer in a right to personal privacy and for punishing those who wantonly violate that right, but isn't this rather a typhoon in a tea cup?