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...complaint filed earlier this week in San Francisco federal district court, Theresa B. Bradley, a management consultant and resident of Washington, D.C. accuses Google of several counts of fraud and misrepresentation, including misrepresentation in commercial advertising, and of "willfull, wanton, fraudulent and malicious" conduct regarding its AdSense product. The suit also alleges misrepresentation in interstate commerce.
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People, people enough talk about preview tools and the like, the whole point of this thread is to make fun of the person filing the lawsuit. Let's get back on track, shall we?
;) got it, sorry...
Yeah, that bimbo is sure dumb. She is so dumb that she put 20 cents in a parking meter and said "Where the F*&$@#* my gumball?" -- As many people typed, I am to upset that b#@#@#ch is wasting my hard earned taxes!
20 seconds per page.
I hope the judge reads this thread.
That sure is a shocking site... Sorta thing that school kids would put together for a project. And as a professionl web designer, it would take about 2 hours to adsense that whole site, and check the ads with a preview tool. And I really hope Google brings her down hard - it's black and white obvious to anyone with any common sense - she breached contract, and admitted to fraud! Good of her to stand up and identify herself me thinks...
I'm clearly on Google's side on this one. Ethically, professionally, and quite possibly morally, this woman has violated every basic principle. If my tax money is to be used by the Federal court system to seek damages from Google, then may they be used to make an example of how not to be a role model and a professional. Furthermore, if she is found to be frivolous her priveledge to perform government contracts should be rescinded. People like this are wasting my money!
It's not a site meant to make money. It's a sort of virtual portfolio for someone whose primary income is government contracts.
1998 called. It wants its "virtual portfolio" back.
Is she suing Yahoo for clicking their ads? Did she have $250,000 into that project too?
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She's probably hoping for an out of court settlement just to keep her quiet.
implying that the company has many more clients not listed.