When you COMBINE several DIFFERENT lawsuits, and when CROOKs take the lead, you might be SCREWED should the "deffendent" be Google BEING ORIGINATED by CIA. Then you must deal with "INTELLIGENCE" agencies that might be FINANCING their operations with Shorting/tossing/covering the PUBLIC company you hasve INVESTED!!!!
There were five class action lawsuits brought against the company in relation to Google buying the company for $106.5 million, or $0.60 a share.
WASHINGTON — The CIA's top lawyer never approved sending a veteran agency officer to New York, where he helped set up police spying programs, The Associated Press has learned. Such approval would have been required under the presidential order that Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said authorized the unusual assignment
Authority for NYPD-CIA collaboration questioned
10:04 a.m., Jan. 20, 2012
FILE - In this Dec. 29, 2011, file photo, New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly speaks at a news conference as Mayor Michael Bloomberg listens in Brooklyn, N.Y. Former intelligence officials tell The Associated Press that when the CIA first embedded a veteran agency officer inside the New York Police Department the CIA's top lawyer never signed off on the arrangement. The CIA officer, Lawrence Sanchez, became the architect of controversial NYPD spying programs. Approval by the CIA general counsel would have been required under the presidential order that Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said authorized the unusual assignment. (AP Photo/Henny Ray Abrams) — AP
Google shows off to North Korea
Officials given fly-by-night tour
05 Apr 2011 13:46 | by a staff writer
A Foreign Ministry official told Chosunilbo that US officials set up the trips to show off the "level of US technology and influence".
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And guess what? In-Q-Tel is the official venture capital wing of the CIA
As the evidence reveals, that “super-smart search engine” would manifest itself in the form of Google. But first, the seemingly ubiquitous Peter Thiel…
Google Bankrolled By The CIA
The PayPal Mafia
In 1999, PayPal became the world’s first virtual banking system, making it possible for surfers everywhere to send and receive money via the internet. The idea was conceived, and the website founded, by US futurist, entrepreneur, and 2009 Bilderberg attendee, Peter Thiel.
These days Thiel is recognized as the godfather of what was recently dubbed by Fortune Magazine the ‘PayPal Mafia’, a group of super-wealthy Silicon Valley venture capitalists with alleged business ties to the CIA.
“The CIA is throwing caution (and several tens of millions of dollars) to the wind, joining the dot.com frenzy and investing in Silicon Valley,” wrote Andrew Gumbel in The Independent way back in April 2000. “It is not looking for the next cool way to swap musical downloads, or place orders for organic groceries. What it wants is a super-smart search engine to marshal all the information on the internet – in secret if possible.”
The Guardian article goes on to reveal Facebook’s surprisingly open connections to the CIA.
About the same time as Peter Thiel was busy setting up PayPal, just across the street the CIA was busy setting up In-Q-Tel, ostensibly an investment capital firm for the development of cutting-edge IT and communications technologies.
By Mark Milian, CNN
March 31, 2011
Santa Monica, California (CNN) -- Google is working on a mobile application that would allow users to snap pictures of people's faces in order to access their personal information, a director for the project said this week.
March 31, 2011
Google Denies Plans for Facial-Recognition App
Google has denied developing a facial-recognition app, contradicting a CNN report that said that it was. CNN has said it will stick by its story, however.
"Google plans to introduce a mobile application that would allow users to snap pictures of people's faces in order to access their personal information, a director for the project said this week," the report said, before CNN altered the story, without comment, later in the day
Interesting that ON2 became "Newest Participants" of Watervliet as of Spring 2008 to be "Connection" to In-Q-Tel. No wonder they are BUSY even on a SCRATCH Yahoo Messages board to keep it "clean" from ON2 shareholders. No wonder. It sounds like DUMB "intelligents", who getting paid to "clean" up???
Then you must deal with "INTELLIGENCE" agencies that might be FINANCING their operations with Shorting, tossing, covering the PUBLIC company you hasve INVESTED!!!!
How GOT those few HUNDRED MILLIONs Dollars COVERED from 18+ millions Shorted ON2 Stocks?