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A government advisory panel has determined that the Street View Internet service would be consistent with the personal information protection law if Google takes appropriate measures, such as blurring identifiable images, including faces, officials said.

It is the first time the Internal Affairs and Communications Ministry has expressed an opinion on the legality of the Google service, which provides closeup, 360-degree color photographs of city streets taken by cameras mounted on moving vehicles.

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