Google Executives Threatened 20.000 Tweet a Year

Friday, September 9, 2011

The U.S. federal agency the FBI had arrested a 27-year-old boy who allegedly sent a threat to Google executives, Marissa Mayer, the past year. The threat has been running for one year, from November 2010 until August 2011 and amounted to 20 thousand tweet.

Mayer, Google's first female engineer who served as vice president of the local map service and location, is the target of threats Calvin Gregory King, the name of the suspect. In his tweet King also alleges Mayer belong to a group that infect him with HIV disease. King also wrote derogatory statements that Jews, blacks, and Latin.

The FBI claimed there was no apparent relationship between Meyer with the King, who was arrested in San Antonio on August 19, 2011 and, after fleeing Virginia. After his arrest, King chose to take to San Francisco, as quoted by the San Antonio Express-News.

The FBI began working on the case since the safety of Google, in writing this report the incident in February 2011. King allegedly used three Twitter account, with the message he sent from Virginia and Texas. When the FBI interviewed Mayer in April 2011, this 36-year-old woman claimed that she was disturbed and felt that the actors always follow all the information about and control over the internet.

If the King found guilty, then he will be snared five-year prison sentence for interstate activities and the threat of an additional 2 years in prison for abuse of communication does.
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