Are you worried about crooks scoping out your house on Google Maps? There's now a way to fix that.
In response to worried homeowners, Google now has an option for people to keep their houses private from browsers.
"The home itself lends itself to some vulnerability, by all means, blurring that can be an asset," Former Sacramento sheriff and KFBK talk show host John McGinness said.
McGinness says this can go beyond protecting your property.
"Perhaps even the presence of small children, for somebody's who's bent on committing a crime against a child, taking a child from its parents," McGinness said.
Google Earth automatically blurs faces and license plates. Users can now also set the map so that it blurs their home as well.
Instructions for blurring your home on Google Maps: