News Corp Spying Operations Small Time Compared with Giant Google
The Murdock News Corp company, News of the World, stole personal information from private citizens and government officials.
Murdock closed the168 year old paper, News of the World, for misconduct.
There were hearings held by the government, to determine the extent of the criminal involvement of Rupert Murdock.
As well the top two law enforcement officers of the nation have stepped down.
This is Tyranny that the British will not stand for but the Americans seem to eat by the truck load, is as much as, Google street view sweep steals everyone’s information. (not just from those that will sell newspapers and not just in London but in nations throughout the world)
Google finally admits that its Street View cars DID take emails and passwords from computers
Google accused of criminal intent over StreetView data
Google is “almost certain” to face prosecution for collecting data from unsecured wi-fi networks, according to Privacy International (PI).
As most of us know, the internet was established by the Pentagon. It now serves as the most effective surveillance medium known to man. Thus it makes perfect sense Google is driving around sucking up data from unsecured wi-fi networks.
Unless Rupert Murdock is going to have a higher moral standard than our Federal Officers and the USA Military Industrial Corporations; shouldn’t Rand Corp and CIA Corp, close down their company for stealing personal information from private citizens and government officials?
Shouldn’t Eric Schmidt and Larry Page stand to answer questions before a grand jury?
And, as the top two law enforcement officers, shouldn’t the head of the NSA and CIA step down in disgrace?
Is there no resistance to tyranny; no defense of liberty or justice, left in the American republic officials or the American public?
Have we given such credence in this nation to fighting terrorists or blind loyalty to the homeland, that we will allow such full spectrum spying and surrender total personal regulation?
The answer is yes. Such behavior is only the tip of the iceberg when one considers parallel vacuum-cleaner surveillance of all electronic communications by the NSA.