This article on CNET deals with controversy in London that arose almost a year ago that stemmed from a suspicious wife checking on her husband via Google Street View. The wife had a hunch about whom her husband might be sleeping with, so she looked up her address and found her husband’s car parked in front of the flat. The wife eventually divorced her husband after catching him with the site. As Europe begins to deal with new litigation dealing with privacy issues on Google Street View, can this be seen as an example of invasion of privacy, or simply bad luck? It is also important to consider that Google Street View does not show live footage, so the fact that she caught her husband using the site seems to be good luck more than anything.