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Revealed: How Street View marks its territory

Google cocks its leg on South London fence

Secure remote control for conventional and virtual desktops

Here's a Street View vehicle in rest mode in Grasmere Road, South Norwood, courtesy of Sohail Hussain:

Street View car parked up in South Norwood

And here's what our fearless snapper captured inside the dormant motor:

A Master Atlas of Greater London, snapped in Google Street View spycar

Marvellous. While we have no doubt that Geographers' A-Z Map Company Limited might take umbrage at its paper-based mapping technology being used as a weapon in Google's campaign to dominate the entire galaxy, we advise it not to complain lest a pack of Street View attack hounds turn up and "mark" the company's head office. Enough said.

And speaking of galactic domination, here's the current state of play down at our Orwellian spycar fleet Web 0.2 mashup. We're continually updating the map, so send your photos to me, right here, remembering to add an exact location. ®

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