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A sign at right marks a private road on Oakridge Lane near the residence of Aaron and Christine Boring, in Franklin Park, Pa. on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2010. Google Inc. has acknowledged that it trespassed when it took a photo of their Pittsburgh-area house for its Street View service, but will pay only $1 in damages to the couple who sued. U.S. District Magistrate Judge Cathy Bissoon on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2010, signed off on a consent judgment with the mutually agreed-upon verdict. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)
Photo by: Keith Srakocic
A sign at right marks a private road on Oakridge Lane near the residence of Aaron and Christine Boring, in Franklin Park, Pa. on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2010. Google Inc. has acknowledged that it trespassed when it took a photo of their Pittsburgh-area house for its Street View service, but will pay only $1 in damages to the couple who sued. U.S. District Magistrate Judge Cathy Bissoon on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2010, signed off on a consent judgment with the mutually agreed-upon verdict. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)

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