Barbara Hartwell

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Independent Investigator, Intelligence Analyst, Journalist. Former CIA (NOC, Psychological Operations) Black Ops Survivor. Sovereign Child of God. Minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ (Ordained 1979, D.Div.) Exposing Government Lies, Crimes, Corruption, Conspiracies and Cover-ups.

Friday, April 23, 2010

Monstrous Invasions of Privacy by Google Gestapo

NOTE: Given here, yet another piece of documentation for my online collection which exposes Google's massive surveillance operation and  monstrous invasions of privacy. Google is in league with government (NSA) by its own recent admission, using the pretext of "security" to spy on Internet users.

I have personally suffered numerous violations of my privacy, including photos of my house, along with my PRIVATE, UNLISTED street address, published on the Internet, as a direct result of my government-sponsored enemies' collusion with Google.

But Google's offenses go far beyond invasion of privacy. Outrageously libelous smear pieces about Barbara Hartwell, written and posted by my enemies, have been favored by Google and have been listed at the top of the search engine for at least the past five years.

And finally, there's the issue of censorship by Google. Bogus complaints of "copyright infringement" by my enemies (the very authors of the libelous falsehoods about Barbara Hartwell) have resulted in Google REMOVING a report from my website (blogspot is owned by Google.)

See evidence of censorship here:

CENSORED! Xena Carpenter Meets the Demonic Duo: Fraud and Libel from the Pit of Hell


Anyone perpetrating invasions of privacy; writing and/or posting libelous falsehoods; participating in censorship, is acting in collusion with the government-sponsored Google. Listed here, just some of the perps responsible for persecution against Barbara Hartwell, resulting in massive damages.

There is also the issue of psychopaths and criminal stalkers (also included in this list) soliciting further crimes (harassment, stalking, theft) against Barbara Hartwell via the monstrous invasions of privacy. Anyone soliciting crimes against a target defines himself/herself as a criminal, as soliciting crimes is a crime, in and of itself.

Todd Brendan Fahey
Timothy Patrick White
Ken Adachi
Craig Oxley
"Xena Carpenter"
Michelle Ray
Aaron James
James F. Marino
Fintan Dunne
Pamela Schuffert
Alex McGowin Studer
Ted Gunderson
Don Stacey
Clarence Malcolm
John DeCamp
Doug Millar

By their fruits shall you know them.

Barbara Hartwell Percival
Target of Google Gestapo 
April 22, 2010


Britain’s Information Commissioner Christopher Graham and equivalent officials from Canada, France, Germany and Italy were among the signatories to a letter to the search giant’s chief executive, Eric Schmidt, which condemned the way the company has delivered both its Streetview mapping service and its Buzz product, which was conceived as a rival to social network Facebook.

The letter, organised by Canada’s Privacy Commissioner Jennifer Stoddart, calls on Google to lay out how it will meet concerns about its use of public data in the future, and says that it has “violated the fundamental principle that individuals should be able to control the use of their personal information”. The search giant has already acted to address a number of the points now raised in the letter, but said that it had no further statements to make on its privacy policies.

The launch of the Buzz network in February sparked an international wave of protests because it took information about email users’ most common correspondents and automatically built each individual a network of followers. This meant that links which people wished to keep private could immediately become public.

Google Streetview, which provides an eye-level picture of almost every street in dozens of cities around the world, continues to cause “concern about the adequacy of the information [Google] provides before the images are captured”, the commissioners said. The product has also been launched some countries “without due consideration of privacy and data protection laws and cultural norms”, they added.

In a statement Google said that it had quickly rectified the problems that caused Buzz users concern. “We have discussed all these issues publicly many times before and have nothing to add to today’s letter,” the search company said. “Of course we do not get everything 100% right. We try very hard to be upfront about the data we collect, and how we use it, as well as to build meaningful controls into our products.“

The commissioners, however, said that they “remain extremely concerned about how a product with such significant privacy issues [as Buzz] was launched in the first place”.
Barbara Hartwell Percival
Legal Defense & Research Trust
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