As an avid user of Google Maps, I have consistently relied on its Street View feature to explore diverse urban landscapes. However, I discovered that this functionality is absent in Saudi Arabia, despite the presence of 360-degree uploads on the map. These uploads provide intriguing insights into the urban fabric and social dynamics of Saudi Arabia. While navigating through these sporadic uploads, I encountered instances where parts of the images were deliberately obscured. The existence of these uploaded yet censored visuals compelled me to ponder the delicate balance between privacy and surveillance. These videos present a multitude of perspectives on the truth concealed within the obscured elements. 
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