Marissa Mayer blames pesky humans for Street View privacy problemsIn a perfect world, humans would be encased in tubes, their body heat powering massive datacenters and their minds chained into a virtual reality that involves clicking on lots of text ads online. That's according to Marissa Mayer, who blames "flaws of the real world and human error" for Google Street View's many invasions of privacy. The remarks came in an interview with the Sydney Morning Herald as Google prepares to release it's creepy-but-useful technology down under. But don't worry, they're working on an alogrithm to fix the problem — and if it's anything like the algorithms used to detect copyright infringement on YouTube, we'll be living in the Matrix before it's done. That is, if we aren't already.(Photo by Mark Levin)