Google takes a number of steps to protect the privacy of individuals when Street View imagery is published to Google Maps.
We have developed cutting-edge face and license plate blurring technology that is designed to blur identifiable faces and license plates within Google-contributed imagery in Street View. If you see that your face or license plate requires additional blurring, or if you would like us to blur your entire house, car, or body, submit a request using the "Report a problem" tool. Please note, however, that once Google blurs an image, the effect is permanent. If you submit a request to have your house blurred from Street View imagery, all historical and future images of your house will also be blurred.
Intellectual property violations
We don’t allow images or any other content that infringes on anyone else’s legal rights, including copyright. For more information or to file a DMCA request, review our copyright procedures.
Sexually explicit content
We don’t allow sexually explicit content.
Illegal, dangerous, or violent content
We don’t allow content that is illegal in nature, promotes dangerous or criminal acts, or contains graphic or gratuitous violence.
Harassment and threats
We don’t allow content which uses Street View to harass, bully, or attack individuals.
We don’t allow content that promotes or condones violence against individuals or groups on the basis of race, ethnic origin, religion, disability, gender, age, nationality, veteran status, sexual orientation, or gender identity.
We don’t permit terrorist organizations to use this service for any purpose, including recruitment. We’ll also remove content related to terrorism, such as content that promotes terrorist acts, incites violence, or celebrates terrorist attacks.
Google has a zero-tolerance policy against content that exploits or abuses children. This includes all sexual abuse imagery and all content that presents children in a sexual manner. If you find any content that you think exploits children in this manner, please do not re-share or comment on it, even if your intent is to bring the content to Google’s attention. If you find content elsewhere on the internet, please contact the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) directly.
Personally identifiable information
We don’t allow content that contains personally identifiable information such as credit card details, medical records, or government-issued identification — whether yours or someone else’s.