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Oh, Canada. With the loonie matching the value of the dollar, a bunch of our northern neighbors are crowing. Yes, yes. Wake us when the Canadian football field shrinks to a normal size, too. Anyway, the Sydney Morning Herald says that Google is considering meeting Canadian legal concerns over its Street View map feature by blurring people's faces and vehicle license plates. In the U.S., Google will only blur your face if you ask. Canadian strip-club owner Robert Katzman ">complained to the Wall Street Journal that the stronger loonie has his clientele heading over the border to Detroit's bars. Maybe Google's cross-border Street View policies offer new incentive to stay home, you hosers.