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PostPosted: Sun Jul 16, 2006 7:57 pm    Post subject: Final on Google Reply with quote

A HUGE SUPREME BUSINESS VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS.

Google victimized millions around the world with infringing on public
properties and commercializing the contents of general communication
and general properties.

Why is what Google does illegal?

Can someone go to book libraries, copy books and profit from those
copies? Anything wrong with that idea?

Google is scanning as many as 15 million books from public libraries
for their profit ambitions. What makes them special to intrude
on humanity and rob, pirate 'it' freely? The illegal acts are based
on Google's beliefs that materials in public properties can be
taken freely for commercial reasons. The act represents a superior
crime involving illegal piracy.

This is not the only product where Google unilaterally acquired
mass information sources on illegitimate business grounds
of illegitimate infringments.

Google sells all content of usenet discussions. These discussions
are of general communication, and profiting specifically on the
content of general discussion on public territories cannot
have legitimate grounds of profiting. The violation is of supreme
human rights violations. A company running online needs to
consider aspects of legitimacy and does not exclude it from
illegitimate business grounds.

In both of these cases Google infringed on public property and
human culture with illegitimate business grounds of MASS piracy.

Google lives freely over their corrupted materials, and as corrupt
grounds they do endless counts of human rights violations involving
building profiles on people's chats, chats made from people's homes,
while those people may not have their own webpages. Google runs
others' lives and business through its piracies absolutely illegally.

They have no right to build private profiles on the contents of
general communication,

they have no rights to profit on the content of general communication
unilaterlly,

they have no rights to go to book libraries, copy books and profit
from those copies,

they have no rights to build privacy profiles based on the content
of general communication contents on other people on mass scales,
people who may not have elected to have a web page of their
own on their topics of private interests,

google has no rights to run the business of copyrighted books.

Finally:

Google has no rights to infringe on information found on public
properties (public domains) and indiscriminately profit from those
materials. Their illegitimate grounds of piracies need to be stopped
once and for all.
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