12 Places Google Earth Doesn’t Want You To See
Google Earth has had its advantages and disadvantages since its debut. While it is a great way to see parts of the world that most of us can never travel to, it also leaves us exposed to the rest of the world. There is no telling who could be looking at us or when we might be captured and left exposed to the whole world.
Luckily, anyone (including governments around the world) can file to have just about any location blurred. Google has respected the requests of many people and even some countries have had their secret locations blurred or removed from the view of Google Earth. Some locations are private properties, some are fast food joints, while some are governmental, such as nuclear facilities or airbases. Other locations are entire islands, regular people’s houses and some are even residential and governmental, such as the Dutch royal palaces. Here are some locations that you’re not allowed to see on Google Earth.