Image: Accused pedophile Peter Daglish and friend Justin Trudeau
The Right to be Forgotten ...
Google's no fan of it, but some people might wish to keep it.
CBC: "The right to be forgotten impinges on our ability to deliver on our mission, which is to provide relevant search results to our users," said Peter Fleischer, Google's global privacy counsel...
Yet, if you search for YayaCanada you will find irrelevant information -- links to my old dot com that will only take you to a dead end and a hefty price if you want to buy it - which no one has in quite a few years, including me, because I refuse to pay an exorbitant price for something my hard work made valuable in the first place. Hence, the advice on my About page.
CBC: Duplex, Google's phone-calling 'concierge' bot, isn't trying to trick you
I worry about those people.
I like this comment below the CBC article:
Another commenter said:
Me too. I let the answer machine kick in and if it's somebody I know, I pick up. I refuse to pay extra for caller ID, and I have no interest in toting around a "smart" phone. (The very word "smart" should have clued people in about just how "smart" it is.)
Bell Canada is itself a big nuisance caller, and it even pops up online when you're trying to read an article, wanting you to participate in a survey. Bell should know by now that nobody likes Bell and is only a customer because Bell has the monopoly in one's neighbourhood.
CBC: RCMP's ability to police digital realm 'rapidly declining,' commissioner warned
Declining from near-zero, it would seem.
People need to think of the Internet as a poorly lit, downtown street. Walk only in a well-lighted area, stay out of back alleys, don't window shop, just walk quickly, calmly to your destination, and keep your valuables well-hidden.
Having a police force has never stopped crime; it has only been the means of prosecuting it after the fact -- if the culprit is actually caught. Most crime goes unpunished, especially among the power classes (which might explain why the disappearances of over 1,000 native women are so difficult for the RCMP to solve).
The good thing about the Internet is that we are no longer so inclined to revere our "betters" - especially government - the way we used to. Sooner or later their seamy sides are revealed, despite the best efforts of the corporate media to play them down.
I'm sickened to see how close the issue of paedophilia has come to PM Justin Trudeau:
WRH: Justin Trudeau’s Best Friend [Christopher Charles Ingvaldson] Jailed After International Pedophile Ring Bust
Globe&Mail: Order of Canada recipient Peter Dalglish accused of abusing children he pledged to help
It appears the Globe wanted to downplay the full extent of Dalglish's association with the Trudeaus, but see image at top of page.
SOTN: PEDOGATE Comes To Ottawa Canada, John Podesta and Justin Trudeau Relationship Under Scrutiny
NatPost: [Bernard] Levin — who was a member of Ontario premier Kathleen Wynne’s transition team — has pleaded guilty to the making of written child pornography, possession of child pornography and counseling to commit sexual assault on a child.
Little wonder governments want more control of the Net.
I'm glad I'm old and don't have a job to protect. I once told Stats Canada, when they threatened me with a fine or jail if I didn't answer their nosey questions, that I wouldn't pay any fine and would actually like to see the inside of the city jail because I've heard conditions are not great and I'd like to be able to confirm that. But their bark was worse than their bite, it seems.
I can't imagine what it must be like to have children and a career and having to weigh the possible implications of doing the right and safest thing.
One of the weirdest videos I've ever seen, in light of all of the buzz about Pierre Trudeau's connection to a paedophile ring, is Justin Trudeau's grinning, overly dramatic and stagey eulogy for his dead father, especially in view of the fact that MKUltra really did happen here in Canada, and that Margaret Trudeau was rumoured to have been sent for the same kind of treatment.
I can still clearly recall, when she made her first speech as Mrs. Prime Minister, that she said, "Pierre taught me about love." It was slightly embarrassing for those assembled, and now I'm wondering what it really meant in view of her subsequent mental difficulties -- and now this:
CBC: Trudeau government gag order in CIA brainwashing case silences victims, lawyer says
It's also interesting that a McLean's interview of Margaret Trudeau describes her book "Beyond Reason" as a "tell-a-lot", not a "tell all".
Anyway, watch the eulogy video below and maybe give some thought to whether the sight of Santa Claus at a North Pole military base could be a mind-planted cover for what really happened there. I personally don't know what to think about it, but it gives me the creeps.
In one of the articles I read, and discarded, was a statement that organized paedophile groups met at military bases! (Google this: paedophile military base). I have no way of knowing if that is true, but it spooked me a little to hear Justin say that his fondest memory took place at a military base - and that's where he realized how truly "powerful" his father was!
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