The Google Street View service launched last week in Brazil to complaints from users. A Brazilian TV station aired Google-captured images of a covered corpse in a busy street in Rio de Janeiro, and Google has received several other complaints of dead bodies in pictures from Rio and surrounding areas. Google says they have removed all images of bodies from the site, and that sometimes their cars capture “odd or inappropriate moments as they drive past.” The site also has an easy reporting tool for users in case they do see something out of the ordinary.

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