New York politician Jeffrey Toback (the handsome chap on the right) has filed a lawsuit against Google, accusing the company of making "billions" of child pornography.
After Al Gore claiming to have invented the internet, we have another (Democrat) politician who will go down history as being utterly clueless about the workings of the online world.
The charges assume that derives the bulk of its revenues (last year $6.1bn) from advertising online child pornography. That little fact by itself should make anyone realize that Toback has been sniffing the glue jar too much.
There furthermore isn't a shred of evidence to support his claims.
The lawsuit seems nothing more than a cry for attention in an election year, and that strategy has obviously worked. The next thing to do is ignore Toback in the upcoming elections, just like we should ignore his baseless lawsuit.
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