Google Maps changes political borders based on who’s viewing

Google Maps changes political borders based on who’s viewing

As per a report, Google Maps displays political borders differently depending on where a viewer is. For example, map viewers in Pakistan and elsewhere see the borders around Kashmir drawn as a dotted line, indicating a dispute. But in India, people see a solid line that shows it as part of India. ’We remain neutral on issues of disputed regions and borders’, Google said acknowledging the matter.

Kathy
Kathy
IvoryDove
IvoryDove 2 months

Next they'll be putting a growing region of Southern California into Mexico.

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