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"God forbid a country should need to reveal its secret facilities just because Google invented something," Kedar said. "The lives of people are more important, and the security of countries is more important."
Retired Lt. Col. Mordechai Kedar, who served for 25 years in Israeli intelligence, said he was not briefed about Israel's security arrangements with Google but that he expected Israel to prohibit Google from photographing army bases located in Israel cities, such as the sprawling Israeli military headquarters in downtown Tel Aviv.