Frightened by technology, Sir Paul McCartney has succeeded in removing photos of his London mansion from Google Street View. The Sun reports that McCartney, who has â€œbeen careful about securityâ€ since Mark David Chapman shot bandmate John Lennon to death in 1980, â€œwas unsettled when he heard Google users could get a 360-degree view.â€ Now, images of his town house, at 7 Cavendish Avenue, St Johns Wood, London, NW8 9JE, have been blacked out along with a significant portion of the block. It turns out that censoring Street View images doesnâ€™t necessitate star power: anyone can fill out the onscreen complaint form. But unfortunately for the living ex-Beatle, hiding public images of his home only publicizes his privacy problems further. To help kick start the Streisand effect weâ€™ve gathered a gallery of Sir Paulâ€™s London estate above, as well as the blacked out Street View below.