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Google Sides with Wikileaks
Submitted by Scott Cleland on Wed, 2011-01-26 11:51
It is stunning that Google's decision to side with Julian Assange's Wikileaks and make all the stolen secret, private and proprietary Wikileaks information universally accessible to the world via Google search, has gotten virtually no media attention, given the:
When Google's Acting CEO Eric Schmidt told the DLD media conference in Munich (as reported by Reuters):
Does no media outlet other than Reuters believe it is newsworthy that Google has purposefully and intentionally decided to effectively partner with Wikileaks and organize all of Julian Assange's stolen secret, private and proprietary Wikileaks information and make it universally accessible and useful to everyone, including all the bad actors in the world?
Whose side is Google on?
This official Google corporate decision to essentially aid, abet and globally facilitate the widest dissemination possible of Julian Assange's Wikileaks cyber-terrorism (which he cloaks in the rhetoric of transparency and "Open Government"), should send chills down the spine of anyone in the national security, cyber-security, privacy, and intellectual property communities.
Does Google believe it has any obligation to protect national security information and not make it universally accessible and useful to terrorists, criminals and other bad actors?
In sum, Google siding with Julian Assange's reprehensibly irresponsible Wikileaks of secret, private and proprietary information, is undeniable proof that Google does not share the same values and concerns of those responsible for protecting national security, homeland security, law enforcement, IP protection, and privacy protection.
For those who want to learn more on this problem of Google's deep disrespect for privacy, secrecy, and cybersecurity see my: