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Gossip: Paul McCartney

Google users were able to get a 360-degree view of Paul McCartney's home on Google Street View, until he asked the company to black out the property.

Paul McCartney was not happy when his St. John’s Wood mansion in London showed up on Google Street View, said the London Sun. “He was unsettled when he heard Google users could get a 360-degree view of the property,” said a source. The company swiftly complied with the ex-Beatle’s request to black out his home. “Since the launch of Street View, millions have used it, and the vast majority are very happy to have their house included,” said a Google spokesman.

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