Rupert Murdoch has been tweeting about Google again. This time, it's not about Google making money off the backs of newspapers or anything of that sort. This time, he's blasting the company's "invasion" of privacy.
NSA privacy invasion bad, but nothing compared to Google.
— Rupert Murdoch (@rupertmurdoch) August 17, 2014
Here are some of the replies. As you might imagine, some find the notion of Murdoch preaching about privacy a bit laughable.
Oh the irony... “@rupertmurdoch: NSA privacy invasion bad, but nothing compared to Google.”
— Adam Joseph (@adamjoseph3113) August 17, 2014
— 1momzer (@1momzer) August 17, 2014
@rupertmurdoch I missed you man
— James Montague (@JamesPiotr) August 17, 2014
@rupertmurdoch where does News of the World fall on this spectrum?
— southpaw (@nycsouthpaw) August 17, 2014
— David Badash (@davidbadash) August 17, 2014
@rupertmurdoch Rupert discussing privacy and the Murdoch empire history of telephone recording is rich.
— John (@jhf5) August 17, 2014
@rupertmurdoch Again, Don't use Google. No choice with NSA
— Matt Terenzio (@mterenzio) August 17, 2014
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