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Google Fined $17M By State Attorneys General For Safari Hack

November 19, 2013 by


(Re: Title –  It couldn’t happen to a nicer gang of scoundrels.  —ed) By Wendy Davis  ~  The Daily Online Examiner  ~ Last year, Google agreed to a $22.5 million settlement with the Federal Trade Commission for circumventing Safari users’ privacy settings. Now, the search company has also agreed to pay $17 million to 36 […]

Entrepreneurs Like Steve Jobs Build Prosperity — Not Politicians

July 26, 2012 by


By Star Parker ~ I think it’s a sport for President Barack Obama to make outrageous statements like “If you’ve got a business — you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen,” which he said in a recent campaign trip to Roanoke, Va.– and then watch Republicans go predictably bananas. Certainly the multimillionaire business […]

Washington Post Critic Celebrates Mike Daisey, Shameless Liar About Apple in China

March 26, 2012 by


By Tim Graham ~ Mike Daisey (pictured) shamelessly lied about Apple’s abuse of factory workers in China on stage, which was then picked up by the trendy public-radio show “This American Life,” which airs on many NPR stations. It caused a black eye for NPR (by their one-degree association), but The Washington Post has proclaimed […]

Celebrating Steve Jobs’ Failures?

August 27, 2011 by


By Mike Brownfield Listen to your music on an iPod? Read news on an iPad? Cherish your beautifully minimalist iMac? Then you’ve benefited from the genius of Apple Inc.’s Steve Jobs. With the news this week of his decision to step down as CEO of the company, many have lauded his incredible successes in changing […]

1984 – Big Brother – Video

November 2, 2010 by


Posted by RightChange Based on Apple’s 1984 MAC commercial that marked a new era in computers, and based on the George Orwell book 1984, RightChange introduces our closing argument on the Obama Administration and the 111th Congress for the 2010 Midterm Cycle. This is also the Kick-off for the 2012 Presidential Cycle for RightChange. The […]

Consumer Watchdog Pushes For Do-Not-Track List

September 4, 2010 by


By Wendy Davis As part of a new initiative to urge Congress to create a do-not-track list, Consumer Watchdog has posted a video taking aim at Google for its privacy policy. The 94-second clip features Google CEO Eric Schmidt as an ice cream truck driver. He pulls up to three kids and offers them “free” […]

Sunday Music – 1234

September 27, 2009 by


Today’s music video is ‘1234’ from the Canadian Singer Songwriter Leslie Feist. This video was posted to You Tube by InterscopeGeffenAM You may recognise this catchy song, not from airplay on your radio, but because it was picked up for a TV advertisement. The song is 1234, and was made into a minor hit by […]