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Google Maps: Street View: Privacy and Security (UK version) Individuals and license plates are blurred We have developed cutting-edge face and license plate blurring technology that is applied to all Street View images. This means that if one of our images contains an identifiable face (for example that of a passer-by on the sidewalk) or an ...
There is a small little text saying "Image Date: March 2011" at the bottom of the street view (from the link you provided), though I can't confirm that it refers to the date the Street View image was taken, but its quite likely the case as there isn't any other images that it can refer to. Hope this helps in getting an approximate date of when the image is ...
Google says you can't. From Google Support: How can I tell when a specific image was taken? Street View doesn't currently provide information about when an image was taken. We've heard from you in our forum that this information would be useful to have, and we'll keep that in mind as we continue to develop Street View.
First enter Street View mode in desktop Google Maps. Notice the overlay in the upper-right corner with the address and Street View date, and next to the date is a clock-cycle icon. Click that icon to pick a different date. See Go back in time with Street View in the Google Maps blog for details and screen shots.
It is currently not possible to separate those off-street locations from the street locations through the normal interface, if that is how you wish to be able to hide them.
You can find this information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_Street_View#Areas_included
You could, in theory, use the sun's position in the sky, and relate to its geographic orientation. http://www.arachnoid.com/lutusp/sunrise/sunhelp.html
The answer is indeed Yes, it is possible to see this info, but only if you work for Google and most likely in the Google Maps department.
That would be helpful for many, but unfortunately Google Maps doesn't provide date and time to users .
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