Apple has received a lot of complaints over its new Maps application, but not just from individual customers but from countries as a whole, as locations including the Turkish maximum security prison, Japanese military airstrip and the Aberdeen Proving Ground in the United States can be seen clearly in Maps.

And now Taiwan has been added to the complaint list, as their newly installed early warning radar facility in Hsinchu has been clearly included into the application.

Which means that basically anyone can see the installation from their iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch which is obviously a security breach.

Because of this the Taiwan Defense Ministry has contacted Apple to have the images of the building blurred out in the application.

Source: 9to5Mac

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