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Led Zeppelin to Play One-Off Show and Today’s Music and Tech News Update

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Led Zeppelin to play show

Led Zeppelin are set to play their first show in 22 years. The show will be a tribute to Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun. Ertegun’s wife contacted the band and asked them if they would be interested in playing a half hour set. However, the band has said that they will do a full gig to pay tribute to Ertegun for being a friend to the band. The show will take place on November 26th at the O2 Arena in London.

The White Stripes to cancel tour dates

The White Stripes are going to be cancelling some upcoming tour dates in the US. The band will be cancelling the dates because of drummer Meg White’s health. The dates that they are cancelling run from this Thursday’s show that was set for Albuquerque, New Mexico to their October 10th date in Hawaii. They are cancelling 18 shows in total. Meg White is said to be suffering from acute anxiety.

Google Maps Street View questioned by Canadian privacy chief

Canada’s privacy comissioner has said that Google Maps’ Street View may violate Canada’s privacy laws. Street View would violate the privacy laws because citizens may not be aware that they have been photographed. Google Maps’ Street View is currently unavailable in Canada, but has been made available in nine major cities in the US. Google’s policy allows people to write in when a license plate or face has been captured so that it can be removed. However, the privacy comissioner asserts that this is only a partial solution because the damage to privacy has already been done.

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  • JC Mosquito

    Zep playing one show? Testing the waters, perhaps?