[OSM-talk] Abuse of OSM data / censorship in Germany
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Mon Jan 30 21:48:44 GMT 2012
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From: ThomasB [mailto:toba0211 at yahoo.de]
Sent: 30 January 2012 21:02
To: talk at openstreetmap.org
Subject: [OSM-talk] Abuse of OSM data / censorship in Germany
Following the Bing bluring of German military installations (or areas used
years before as such) I have two questions and would be grateful for an
- Will OSMF/DWG investigate the assumption that OSM polygons
(landuse=military) were used to blur these areas as indicated here?
- Will OSMF/DWG delete content within these polygon when noticed by German
government or seek legal advice/protection before?
Thanks & Kind regards
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