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February 3, 2015

Google Retracts Some Professional Geospatial Products

In mid-December 2014, Google announced plans on the company’s Geo Developers Blog to deprecate or take down the Google Earth application programming interface (API) because of security concerns related to the API’s coding framework. The decision was the first of a series of changes that affect Google Maps and Google Earth developers and enterprise users.