Google Maps Accidentally Exposed Taiwan’s Secret Missile Sites

Google has now accidentally revealed a 3D-rendered map of Taipei on Wednesday. Along with it revealed the secret location of some of Taiwan’s Patriot defence missiles.

Google Maps first announced intentions to stereo photo grammatically map the world’s major cities in the year 2012. Taipei, New Taipei, Taoyuan and Taichung joined hundreds of some other already-rendered global hubs on last Wednesday.

The Ministry of National Defense is as of now concerned. Moreover, after it became apparent some of the country’s defence infrastructure is now as of now openly visible to the public. Minister of National Defense Yen Teh-fa (嚴德發) said that the ministry and some of the other related departments have contacted Google to make adjustments to ensure that the national security is properly safeguarded.

Image Source: Google

Google revealed that the new 3D-rendered city maps will give people a much more diverse and detailed look at the world, according to the report which has been revealed.

The military will undertake some examinations to deal with the issue, he said. But it will not affect regular military operations.

Protection from the mapping project may be viable under the Fort Act (要塞堡壘地帶法), Yan commented. But, whether the scope of the law covers the concealment of barrack sites requires further discussion.

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