According to MSNBC, the Greek Data Protection Authority claimed that it had reached the decision despite receiving assurances from Google that it would blur faces and vehicle license plates when displaying the images online.
The authority claimed that it had banned Google from talking images in Greece until it provides additional privacy guarantees. It claimed that it wants clarification from Google on how it will store and process the original images.
Google was reported to the UK Information Commissioner's Office by Privacy International in April, over claims that Street View breached the Data Protection Act.
However, the Commissioner rejected the complaint, claiming that the service was akin to members of the public being captured on television news camera or football crowds in the background of televised matches.
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