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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- There's a new debate going on over whether Google's new 45-degree photos of Jacksonville are too up close and personal. 

When someone "Googles" your address, they can now see your yard, your house, maybe even your kids, a whole lot clearer.

Instead of just seeing the roof of a building on Google Maps, now you get a more detailed view. Jacksonville is one of seven Florida cities to see those changes.

San Marco resident Nico Guzman said he is not upset by Google's new images. 

"It's not as violating as I thought.  I thought it was one where you could actually see the inside of the house."

Guzman said he has no problem with this crisp image online image.  Especially since he lives in a busy pedestrian area, with heavy daily traffic.  "It it's something the public can see, I don't have a problem with that," he said.

But some people do.  Google captured an image of a Miami lady outside without clothes.

Google has since blurred her image from the map.

 

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