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Google did not open access to secret military facilities of the Russian Federation – company statement

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Images of Russian military installations are authentic, but according to the company, they were available even before the start of the war.

Google says Russian military installations were declassified before the war / Photo: Collage: Today

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Yesterday, detailed images of Russian military installations were discussed on the Web, which Google allegedly stopped hiding on their maps.

But the American company assured that the images were available on Google maps long before the war in Ukraine.

“We haven’t made any changes to our satellite imagery in Russia,” said Google spokeswoman Genevieve Park, quoted by theverge.com.

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Google often blurs its maps of potentially important areas, including military installations. Wikipedia even has a list of such places.

Here’s what it looks like:

Moreover, the military uses very different satellite images for their intelligence, so Google images will be useful only for their own interest. By the way, on the eve of the United States launched a spy satellite into space.

Which, however, does not interfere with studying the military locations of Russia:

Earlier we wrote that a US intelligence company will launch new satellites to track Ukraine. With the help of satellite images, they track the movement of the Russian army and assess the damage from the war.

Source: Segodnya

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