So these large corporations continue to mine data about you, for their benefit. But just how much do you know about them, so you can defend yourself?
Google, Viacom and The Art of War
Los Angeles Times published this article July 3rd:
Google must hand over YouTube data, judge rulesRaising major concerns among privacy advocates, a federal judge has ordered Google to hand over details about the viewing habits of YouTube users to media giant Viacom.Business Week published this article:
The ruling came Wednesday as part of a $1-billion copyright infringement lawsuit brought by Viacom in March 2007 against YouTube and its corporate parent, Google.
Viacom vs. YouTube: Beyond PrivacyJust before the holiday weekend, media giant Viacom (VIA) won a legal victory over YouTube that set off fireworks across the Internet. The July 1 ruling gave Viacom access to records of what people watch on YouTube, which is owned by Google (GOOG) and is the most popular video site on the Web. Bloggers and consumer advocates warned of the potential privacy violations, particularly if Viacom uses the information to track down and sue people who watch copyrighted video clips on the site.Case 1:07-cv-02103-LLS Document 117 [25 Page PDF]
Ok, so what's this got to do with the Sun Tzu's Art of War?So it is said that if you know your enemies and know yourself, you will fight without danger in battles.
THAT's the point of this Great Red Dragon website. It contains information about your opponents, so you know who you're going up against.
So who are the powers-that-be behind Google? And behind Viacom? Are there common interests? That's why the TOP 10 Major Holders are listed below, and linked-to above.
If you care to check them out, these TOP 10 Major Holders also control your investment house, your banks, your newspapers, your radio station, your healthcare, your mortgage and so on.
Why wouldn't they want to know EVERYTHING about you?!
Without understanding defense: Sometimes The Dragon Wins