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Vulture Central is today in full counter-surveillance lock-down mode following the sighting of a Street View Orwellian black Opel in the very street where El Reg has its London headquarters:

Street View spycar close to Vulture Central

Realising he'd been rumbled by the member of our editorial team who'd just happened to pop out for a lunchtime guava and sea urchin wrap with tea tree juice, the driver attempted the classic "hide behind the white van" ruse. To no avail...

Well, it's just a matter of time before the snoopmobiles come looking for you, no matter where you try and hide. Here's the current state of play down at our Google black ops mashup:

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We're still updating the map, so if you have a sighting send me a snap here, remembering to add an exact location. ®

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