I am looking at a sattellite map on my computer and I was looking at Washington D.C. and I looked at the capital and it had a caution sign and said "radar is not available at this zoom level. zoom out to view the radar image, or click here to lturn off weather layers"
Nope, that's perfectly fine...also, in this particular case, it would be the online mapping provider's fault for making available images that compromise national security, not yours for trying to view historical landmarks.
If it's on the internet and you did'nt hack into it , no it's not against the law.
its fine...dont be over consious about the law...Remember utopia never existed
Perfectly legal. . . . Are you using flashearth?
Damn. Area 51 here I come!