From Gizmodo: How the Government Used a Con Artist to Catch Google’s Criminal Activities [Google]

Oy?! One of my favorite shows, “White Collar”, is now a reality… o.O That’s … weird…

Last summer, Google had to pay $500 million to avoid criminal prosecution by the US government. Using a convicted con artist, the feds caught Google aiding illegal online pharmaceutical drug sales. The operation—as described by the Wall Street Journal—is movie material. More »

from Gizmodo

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