Cleavage is everywhere.
Movies, TV shows, magazine covers, advertisements and many other mediums commonly feature ample samples of the feminine form.
Google is everywhere too. Recently, the two ubiquitous forces met in a Canadian lawsuit and the search giant was ordered to pay $2,250 for showing a revealing picture of a woman on Street View.
Maria Pia Grillo, of Montreal, filed a lawsuit claiming $45,000 in emotional damages after she saw Google’s Street …