Back in March of 2010, the Senate’s Committee on Environment and Public Works sent out an email stating Drudge’s website was “responsible for the many viruses popping up throughout the Senate,” according to a CNet report.
The CNet article posted on March 9, 2010 reported that the malware allegedly distributed by the Drudge Report actually came from DoubleClick, a subsidiary of Google which develops and provides internet ad serving services. It serves customers like Microsoft, General Motors, Coca-Cola, Motorola, Apple Inc., Visa USA, Nike and dozen of others.
The Senate’s Committee on Environment and Public Works issued an urgent email late Monday claiming the DRUDGE REPORT is ‘responsible for the many viruses popping up throughout the Senate.’ [untrue]
On Monday DRUDGE served over 29 million pages with NOT ONE email complaint received about ‘pop ups’, or the site serving ‘viruses’.
Now Google Chrome [erroneously] tags Infowars.com as a malware distributor.
Google should take a look at its own track record before trying to frighten off visitors to Infowars.com and Drudge.
In 2012, a Federal Communications Commission document disclosed that Google’s Street View – an effort to photograph streets around the world – deliberately collected massive amounts of Wi-Fi payload data and the information was illegally stored at an Oregon Storage facility. Google attempted to hide the theft from the public.
The pilfered data includes telephone numbers, URLs, passwords, email, text messages, medical records, video and audio files, according to Wired.
The government then said the transnational communications corporation would not be criminally charged with wiretapping, in essence giving Google free reign to engage in additional theft.
Moreover, the government complied with a Google request to redact portions of the FCC document.
Google shares a cozy relationship with the intelligence community. In 2011, Consumer Watchdog, an advocacy group, asked the chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, Rep. Darrell Issa, to investigate Google’s relationship with the NSA and other government agencies.
“The group asked Issa to investigate contracts at several U.S. agencies for Google technology and services, the ‘secretive’ relationship between Google and the U.S. National Security Agency, and the company’s use of a U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration airfield in California,” writes Grant Gross for PCWorld.
“Federal agencies have also taken ‘insufficient’ action in response to revelations last year that Google Street View cars were collecting data from open Wi-Fi connections they passed, Consumer Watchdog said in the letter.”
In 2010, it was reported that Google and the CIA jointly backed a company engaged in real time surveillance of the web. The company, Recorded Future, “scours tens of thousands of websites, blogs and Twitter accounts to find the relationships between people, organizations, actions and incidents — both present and still-to-come,” writes Noah Shachtman.
Conclusion (my own): Google is working with the federal government to effect the New World Order. Watch for the next step - control of the internet.