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September 30th, 2013
30/9/2013 18:41 RSS | Have fun with Russian | RIA Novosti Front Russia World Business Defense Features & Opinion Sports Have fun with Russian More World Japan Takes Issue With Google Maps Over Topon

The Japanese government asked state-run websites to stop posting Google Maps, because the popular mapping service doesn’t reflect the country’s territorial claims, Japanese media have said. The Kyodo News Agency on Sunday quoted a previously issued government note, received by certain state structures, as saying that “some registrations in the electronic maps on the home pages are incompatible with Japan’s stance.” The government suggested that maps compiled by the Geospatial Information Authority of Japan be used instead. Read More