Mr. Schmidt Goes to Washington
This new animated satire, “Mr. Schmidt Goes to Washington,” -- the sequel to Consumer Watchdog’s popular “Don’t Be Evil?” video -- will be roaming the streets of Washington, DC on a mobile digital advertising truck for a week to make the case for why Congress should call Google CEO Eric Schmidt to testify under oath about the "Wi-Spy" scandal.
The video is filled with Schmidt's own creepy quotes.
For three years, Google street view cars collected wireless data from tens of millions of homes in 30 nations. It was the largest wire-tapping scandal in world history, yet Congress has not held a single hearing. Let's change that.
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