Skip to comments.Google deletes hacked images of nude celebs
Posted on 10/03/2014 2:36:22 PM PDT by Citizen Zed
An official statement released by the search engine giant reads We've removed tens of thousands of picture within hours of the requests being made and we have closed hundreds of accounts.
This week Hollywood lawyer Marty Singer penned a letter to Google execs Larry Page, Sergey Brin and Eric Schmidt, accusing the company of blatantly unethical behavior that has made their company millions from the victimization of women.
Acting on behalf of his unnamed clients, Singer threatened to sue the company for $100,000,000 if the images were not removed.
(Excerpt) Read more at scmagazine.com ...
some of those nude photos were really good...
"War on Women" = millions from the victimization of women.
Gosh darn ah heck... I guess we will need to wait for the next batch of nude celeb photos. There is always another batch.... usually release by themselves or an agent.
don’t fret- you can still see them on Bing...
If the lawyer and the celebs do not contact Bing or the other search engines it leads me to believe they really do not care about the release of the photos as it get the name out in public.
Apparently there everyone else in America is a second class citizen.
or directly at 4chan...
Makes ya’ wonder what’ll happen when the government or a lawyer threatens them if they don’t remove “hate speech” from the internet...
I could see lots of conservative sites being shut down.
A popular 'drinking' game I should add.
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