A leaked internal Microsoft video attacks Google's Chrome Everywhere campaign, drawing pointed attention to Google's program of monetizing personal information, extending Microsoft's "Scroogled" attack ads that characterize Google as a surveillance company.
It's a clever parody and Microsoft's point is actually a good one, but Microsoft doesn't have much moral high-ground here. The company's long history of dirty tricks against free and open source software, its role in patent trolling, and its eager cooperation with NSA surveillance and surveillance by the secret police in China -- see, for example, the creation of back-doors in Skype -- mean that Microsoft's positioning itself as a champion of digital ethics rings hollow.
Internal Microsoft Video Criticizing Google Chrome ‘Now Everywhere’
In this video, employees at the Carrier Air Conditioner factory in Indianapolis are gathered together by a manager who explains that the company’s profit-margins dictate that all 1400 of them will lose their jobs as their factory is moved to Mexico.
Edward Snowden said that Britain’s spies have “some of the most extensive surveillance powers in the world,” and those powers are about to be dramatically expanded if the Snoopers Charter passes Parliament.
A lovely piece of nostalgic datadiz: the squeals and chirps, converted to a stream of glowing pixels.
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