It’s only been up for a few days, but the Switzerland Data Protection office is asking Google to remove the StreetView imagery they’ve shot in the country. Their primary concern seems to be that “many faces and vehicle number plates had not been covered up or were insufficiently blurred”. If memory serves, that’s not even something Google is legally obligated to do — they simply do it to avoid outcry from privacy advocates like this, though I’m sure the laws vary from country to country.
Hanspeter Thuer from the Data Protection team plans to meet with Google next week and help them “improve” the service. It’ll be interesting to see if anything comes of this.