A federal appeals court on Thursday revived a Pittsburgh couple’s lawsuit against Google for allegedly trespassing on their property and posting photographs of their home and swimming pool on the “street view” portion of Google Maps.

In the suit, Boring v. Google Inc., Aaron and Christine Boring claim that their 1,000-foot private drive is clearly marked with a “No Trespassing” sign, but that a Google driver “disregarded” the sign and entered their property in a vehicle equipped with a panoramic camera.

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