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A Very Mysterious Cow Has Her Face Blurred On Google Street View

Who is she?

Posted on September 16, 2016, at 11:45 a.m. ET

Google street view already blurs out license plates and people's faces, but has further proved its commitment to privacy by blurring out the face of one English cow.

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The photo was originally taken in Cambridgeshire, England in August 2015, but resurfaced Monday when journalist David Shariatmadari tweeted it, to the delight of thousands.

Puns were made.

Udderly committed to bovine privacy.

til now cow privacy had been a moo t point...

They don't want no beef

And tons of people showed their support for cow privacy.

She deserves MORE privacy. It's pretty obvious who she is really. Needs more blurring.

@D_Shariatmadari @jazmasta Cows should dress more modestly so they don't have to have their faces blurred in shame.

The anonymity of Cambridge cows must be respected all times

In a related story, group of cattle file class-action privacy lawsuit........

A Google spokesperson told CNN their automated face-blurring technology may have "been a little over-zealous."

"We thought you were pulling the udder one when we herd the moos," they said. "Of course, we don't begrudge this cow milking its five minutes of fame."