Google, Censorship and Washington, D.C.: An Update

Nikolas Schiller writes:

The other day you featured my analysis concerning Google’s censorship of downtown Washington, D.C. I am contacting you with two updates concerning this research.
1. I discovered that the area in question is the exact same area that features Google’s 3D buildings (Google is placing priority of 3D buildings over newer imagery — or simply an easy way to get around saying that downtown D.C. is being censored.)
2. I made a MyGoogleMap outlining the 12 mile perimeter. The exact links to the MyGoogleMap and the KML file.

(Edited to incorporate links.) Previously: Google, Censorship and Washington, D.C.