Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 17th Jan 2012 21:11 UTC, submitted by bowkota
Google Fascinating. After the whole Mocality story, we were greeted by another story of Google misconduct. This time, it's OpenStreetMap, which claims that users connecting from the same Google IP addresses in India as in the Mocality incident are vandalising OpenStreetMap data. Google has confirmed to ReadWriteWeb that two contractors acting on their own behalf while on the Google network were responsible. Another, less serious instance of Google misconduct, perhaps, but OpenStreetMap's handling of this issue does smell fishy.
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RE[2]: Meaning...?
by jared_wilkes on Thu 19th Jan 2012 02:34 UTC in reply to "RE: Meaning...?"
jared_wilkes
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2011-04-25

Has anyone ever been fired for believing they have enforceable IP? Probably, I guess.

I would think a firing offense even within the company perpetrating the offense is generally worse than anything that you are opposed to based on personal philosophy/ideology.

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