Google Maps Google sue : A woman threatens Google

Posted by Diana Yusuf on Monday, June 7, 2010

A woman in the U.S. after Google Maps Google sue issued showing the wrong direction and sending it to a busy road where he was hit by a car. Lauren Rosenberg demanded U.S. $ 100,000 to the company Google and the case was filed in the District Court's Central Division in Utah, USA. Rosenberg also take legal action against Patrick Harwood, who ran into him.

The plaintiffs have asked directions to Google Maps via BlackBerry from 96 Daly Street, Park City, Utah to the 1710 Prospector Avenue, Park City, Utah. Roosenberg hosted by Google Maps as far as 1.9 miles (3 km) route along Main Street to Valley Hi Drive, a main highway, also known as State Route 224.
A warning that appears states that "The Way to pedestrians on the side of the beta" and "be careful", this route may be the route for pedestrians to cross the road or path. However, these warnings are not always displayed on the mobile device, so that Rosenberg believes he will win his case.

Parties sue, Google, Google Maps expects its users to remain entrust the instructions given. Until now, Google has not given notice of the related lawsuit filed by this woman.

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