How tiring it must be to deal with folks that launch unethical attacks because they lack the ability to compete with quality.
No question with regards to the quality, but it's unfortunately true that you can come to the same conclusion as the WSJ by setting out with a Big Brother complex and the unwillingness to do the real digging and diligence needed for thoughtful reporting. Though you're probably right that this was just an attack piece.
I expected better from the WSJ. I have trusted their journalistic integrity for years. Now I believe it was misplaced. They are just another rag out to print sensational articles to boost ratings without verifying the facts first. So disappointing....
Interesting how you detail approximately 50 visits. What was the content of the remaining visits? Would you care to be open and transparent about those as well? Did any of those visits concern "net neutrality?" Perhaps the visits concerned the role of Google in government survellience. I, for one, would like to know the content of ALL the visits.
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