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Did Google Go Too Far?

A Houston man has been arrested after Google sent a tip to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children saying the man had explicit images of a child in his email, according to Houston police.

The man was a registered sex offender, convicted of sexually assaulting a child in 1994, reports Tim Wetzel at KHOU Channel 11 News in Houston.

"He was keeping it inside of his email. I can't see that information, I can't see that photo, but Google can," Detective David Nettles of the Houston Metro Internet Crimes Against Children Taskforce told Channel 11.

After Google reportedly tipped off the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, the center alerted police, who used the information to get a warrant.


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Nope. They aren't bound to

Nope. They aren't bound to laws like the 4th amendment. They're private companies, and people use them voluntarily. The cops went to far in prosecuting the guy without google giving them the photos, but just a tip.

Please come join my forum if you're not a trendy and agree with my points of view.

as horrid as any alleged or real scumbag pedophile primate

motherfcukers are, who deserve a special slow burning place in hell, IMHO google playing the reflected glory po-po, is just another symptom of the pro-policestate SnitchKulture that Amerika's turned into!

apropos of which, spread the word, y'all; check out Claire Wolf's latest, if y'all want to avoid having to deal with these Quislings and your everyday run of the mill policestate reflected glory 'peon' snitches amongst the majority Blue-Pilled sheeple zombie set:

To download her FREE ebook, click on the above cover pix!

H/T: Ernie Hancock (heard the ad for Claire's new book, on his radio show)

Predictions in due Time...

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