Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Europe Lays Out Plan For Breaking Up Tech Giant Google Which Is A Monopoly Violating Anti-Trust Laws Worldwide


The European parliament is on the verge of calling for the break-up of tech giant Google. The company has essentially become a monopoly, engaging in abusive anti-trust behavior and financially fraudulent conduct, believing they are above the law. The Judiciary Report has personally witnessed and experienced Google unconstitutionally punishing this site (and others) for engaging in the right to free speech, against those the company is aligned with politically and financially.

Many bloggers have complained that Google financially punished them in canceling ad revenue accounts via their company Ad Sense, for publishing articles criticizing President Obama (among others), who has hired executives from the tech company to work in his administration in well paying jobs being underwritten by taxpayers. It is their reward and payment for unconstitutional behavior.

Google has unlawfully engaged in financially and socially abusive conduct towards those, who do not shower with praise, its high paying allies, such as the Obama Administration and select stars, who spend large sums with Ad Sense. This conduct is fraudulent, illegal and un-American. Only in communist nations are people punished for expressing their opinions that criticize the government and others with ties to them. However, if you live in a communist nation, you know the rules and what can happen.

Google's Larry Page

Living in a western nation such as America, that espouses free speech, one does not expect a liberal, conservative hating administration to spit on the U.S. Constitution and people's right to free speech and free press. Yet so many conservatives in America have been burned by the Obama administration and spoke out about it online and in the press (see "Related Articles" below for stories the Judiciary Report broke first about the Obama administration, such as the NSA spying scandal and IRS harassing conservatives).

Furthermore, where has it gotten the administration? The public has witnessed the scandals, abusiveness and violations of people's rights and in a historic vote, sent Obama's allies out of office this month. Democrats rushed to distance themselves from the president prior to the election, fearing they would hemorrhage votes. If the administration doe not desist with the corrupt conduct, the 2016 election results will be the same. The public is tired of the corruption.

There are some who espouse views I don't agree with, but I respect their right to voice their lawful opinions. I'm a grown woman, so I understand, people have the right to independent thought and contrasting opinions. Therefore, whatever I don't agree with, I simply read and move on from or ignore. However, I'm being harassed by an immature imbecile at Google hell-bent on destroying people for their opinions, when most people learn in Kindergarten to respect other people's rights. More harassment occurred last week.

Barack Obama

Google has reached the point that they violate their own terms of service via the contracts they sign with bloggers on millions of websites, as well as those with YouTube accounts that have the tech company's advertising. It not a matter of them paying people their fair share. Google is now using sites to run ads, then reneging on paying them to punish people for expressing their right to free speech against the company's allies. When people sue, Google corrupts the legal system in conduct that is going to firmly embed them in world history in a shameful and disgraceful place.

After I filed the case Aisha v. Google, where the company owes me over $25,000 for ads it ran on my sites, as well as additional money in damages over a sick website the mentally deranged Kabbalah Center, headed up by crazy pop star, Madonna,  fraudulently erected in my name as a means of destroying my name and endangering my safety, other came forward with stories of being cheated out of ad revenue by Google as well. Recently, a man sued Google stating they owe him $40,000 in ad revenue for Google Ad Sense ads they ran on his site. A consumer law firm has also since filed a class action lawsuit against Google for defrauding bloggers out of Ad Sense revenue. However, so arrogant and abusive is overblown monopoly Google that they decided they are not going to pay him, in conduct they have unethically done to others.

I am going to make a prediction about Google. If they continue this abusive anti-trust behavior in America and the world, deeming they are so big people have to deal with them and take any garbage they dish out, the company is going to be severely weakened and go the way of other collapsed tech giants, who decided they were above the law. There is such a thing as going too far and Google firmly has its foot on that line. Be careful of corruptly winning the battle, then losing the war (your company). Google are behaving like the nerdy kids in school, who got picked on and were overlooked by the cool kids and now that they're all grown up and have made money, they think they can hypocritically abuse everyone else as revenge. Grow up before your company goes belly up.


Google break-up plan emerges from Brussels

November 21, 2014 6:23 pm - Google is celebrating its 15th anniversary as the company reaches $290 billion market value. The European parliament is poised to call for a break-up of Google, in one of the most brazen assaults so far on the technology group’s power. The gambit increases the political pressure on the European Commission, the EU’s executive arm, to take a tougher line on Google, either in its antitrust investigation into the company or through the introduction of laws to curb its reach.

A draft motion seen by the Financial Times says that “unbundling [of] search engines from other commercial services” should be considered as a potential solution to Google’s dominance. It has the backing of the parliament’s two main political blocs, the European People’s Party and the Socialists.

 A vote to effectively single out a big US company for censure is extremely rare in the European parliament and is in part a reflection of how Germany’s politicians have turned against Google this year. German centre-right and centre-left politicians are the dominant force in the legislature and German corporate champions, from media groups to telecoms, are among the most vocal of Google’s critics.

Since his nomination to be the EU’s digital commissioner, Germany’s Günther Oettinger has suggested hitting Google with a levy for displaying copyright-protected material; has raised the idea of forcing its search results to be neutral; and voiced concerns about its provision of software for cars.

Google has become a lightning rod for European concerns over Silicon Valley, with consumers, regulators and politicians assailing the company over issues ranging from its commercial dominance to its privacy policy. It has reluctantly accepted the European Court of Justice’s ruling on the right to be forgotten, which requires it to consider requests not to index certain links about people’s past...