Aaron and Christine Boring won their lawsuit against Google, yielding a grand total of $1 in damages in what the couple deemed "one sweet dollar of vindication" from the search giant. The Boring couple alleged that by capturing photos of their Pennsylvania property, the Google Street View vehicles ignored the posted "Private Road -- No Trespassing" sign.
Aaron and Christine Boring sued Google in 2008; this past Thursday, a U.S. magistrate judge approved the consent judgment Google proposed of $1 in damages. Will this be the last privacy-related lawsuit against the big G?
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