It's a bizarre case of vigilante vandalism: A group of Germans have egged the houses of dozens of families who have chosen to opt-out of Google Street View. About 3% of Germans—250,000 people—requested that their homes be blurred, which makes it very easy to tell which houses have opted out ... a fact the vandals took advantage of, reports Aol News.
In the city of Essen, a number of privacy lovers found their homes egged on Saturday, their mailboxes plastered with notes that read "Google's Cool." One egged resident asked the obvious: "What does this action have to do with 'cool'?" Google itself has denounced the vandalism, saying it respects the decision to opt out. Click here for more.