Google, at $814,000, was the fourth largest contributor to Obama for the 2008 election.
You are probably aware that Google, while driving through neighborhoods gathering information for their “street view” maps, also was surreptitiously gathering information on home Wi-Fi devices including passwords, emails, banking information and other sensitive data.
When confronted, Google’s response was “whoops,” “gee, we had no idea that this was happening.” “That humongous hard drive over there, pay no attention.” “Nah, not us, must have been ‘a rogue employee.’”
It’s been three years since this was exposed and, to date, Obama’s FTC has taken no action.
Fast forward to March 1, 2012, to when Google’s new “privacy” policy kicked in. Again, to paraphrase: Privacy? You don’t have any. They have full rights to any Gmail messages and full rights to monitor, store and use information on all Google searches. Recently, when searching subjects looking for the truth about the left’s activities, Google has returned worthless sites, leaving out pertinent sites that I was able to find via Bing.
With Google’s political donation history, Wi-Fi harvesting activity and their apparent immunity from FTC prosecution, it is not a giant leap to assume that they are gathering sensitive data at the behest of the administration.