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A formal complaint about Google's Street View has been sent to the Information Commissioner (ICO).

Drawn up by privacy campaigners, it cites more than 200 reports from members of the public identifiable via the service.

Privacy International wants the ICO to look again at how Street View works.

The BBC's Matt Frei spoke to Google's chief executive, Eric Schmidt, at the company's headquarters in California about the issue of privacy.

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