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TVInews - 109 Pretexting. When Ada Mae Said, "I Spy, You Spy, We All Spy" - she meant it. Ada Stubblefield, headed the 1902 NBS Wireless Telephone™ - Spy team to protect Nathan Stubblefield and Teleph-on-delgren secrets from outsiders. The HP spy scandal and the women of Hewlett Packard and Rhett Butler - "Gone With The Wind" MySpace, Google's YouTube, and LookRadio Leak scandal costs HP's Patricia Dunn her chairman's job.











































































































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41st Week OctoberNews -- WHEN ADA MAE SAID, "I Spy, You Spy, We All Spy" in 1906, she meant it!"
••• The Yes90.net BlogTatler investigating online quotes from some of the people envolved in the 2006 Hewlett Packard spying scandal; -- "who was doing what to who at HP" -- came across this one. "NBS 'Big Six' Wi-Fi hush-ups of 1910. Ada Mae with help of Clarissa, snatches Wireless T&T companies records," MORE STORY - Ada Mae / the Privacy Award.
••• Having generated a good deal of attention around the world of HiTech, the eye-spy news of the HP probe came out of nowhere, mostly for the wrong reasons.
••• It seems someone in the Washington, D.C. loop, has ulterior motives as part of their program to take mind and matter off the Iraqi war.
••• But whatever the motives are, history has it that when the likes of Ade Mae and her mother-in-law found out that family members were being attacked by outsiders, the two Murray, Kentucky School marms took action. Ada Mae established the 1906, "Teléph-on-délgreen" truth team, (her children), to keep tabs on friends and her husbands Wi-Fi Telephony business associates.

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••• If Ada Mae was still around today, she would be happy to know how the BlogTatler system emulates her techniques for discovery. For example, just recently the real-time motives of a Southern lobby group were accidently discovered when their anti-abortionist, anti-movie piracy activities were found to be "Illegal" -- by a local Sunday School teacher from Alabama.
••• Lo and behold, by the twitch of a page, when the small town teacher read in the local newspaper that spreading God's work by splashing millions of prayers to E-mail addresses for peace, was not only "Illegal" -- it was something Congress called, "SPAM." Not only that, what put the teacher's good works into action, was the news that repeating someone else's prayer might be "Stealing" one's labor.
••• "Thou Shall Not Steal" -- the words promoted by both the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA), and Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), -- worked. She started paying the 99 cents for downloading the best of Gospel rock from iTunes, and paid $14.00 for the movie "Passion of Christ."
••• The kids loved the ownership status. They even helped her get permission from LookRadio, YouTube, and MySpace before uploading their up and coming home made remake of "Gone With The Wind." The 4 minute movie trailer, with a religious "Pretext" -- will be seen "FREE" -- to help spread the gospel. - MORE STORY ABOUT "FICKLE WOMEN
••• Nevertheless, the testimony of Hewlett-Packard Chairman Patricia Dunn, has agreed to resign her post following a meeting of before the subcommittee about "Pretexting,"
••• Like Kentuckian, Ada Mae, Patricia, the small city girl from Burbank, California, whose actions launched an investigation into why and who leaked family and business secrets to the media that resulted in a firestorm of controversy all about spying on friends, competitors and associates, are being found illegal and indictable.
••• Pretextors, it seems, are those Eye-spies, or private detectives, who pretend to be someone "they ain't" -- and legislative laws will be enacted, guarding phone record keepers against Pretexting.
••• It's not clear if our Ada Mae Award for privacy, became part of a misguided PR blitz to show that the U.S. Civil War, and "Capt. Billy - Clarissa Jones" legend was real, or was it just part of the his movie of the 30s, "Gone With The Wind."
••• TVInews' Yes90 initial reports on the movie and Ada Mae, is that her primary hobbies were not, as folklore puts it, "spying, leaking stories, square dancing, and that she actually loved the taste of the large potatoes and 100 pound watermelons from her 'HotSpots' vegie aerial-gardens. The NBS Industrial School, and the 85 acre "Teléph-on-délgreen" -- is now the Campus of MSU, Kentucky.
••• Ada Mae took the responsibility for protecting the security of her family. But when she asserted she had never been unaware of just how far things had gone into snooping on those 'people' and journalists, who had knowledge about the secrets of the NBS "FireWire - Watermelon" soil-coil antenna HotSpots on Teleph-on-delgreen.
••• "Former 'Big Six' board member, Rainey T. Wells, who initiated the probe into the "FireWire - Watermelon" leaks, assured Nathan in 1916, that he had assumed that soil-coil antenna HotSpots on Teleph-on-delgreen were cleared of any E.M.F. toxin scandal.
••• But perhaps in the same way the HP "bitchy" mess has shocked Silicon Valley, Rhett Butler was "shocked, shocked" to find his movie wife, Scarlet O'Hara messing around Tara, in "Gone With The Wind." For instance, Oracle Corp. chief Larry Ellison admitted in 2000 that he had hired private investigators to dig through Microsoft Corp.'s garbage for competitive intelligence.
••• Even Google Inc., with its famous "Don't be evil" motto, has been harshly criticized for agreeing to censor its Chinese website in exchange for access to that burgeoning market.
••• "We all had our desks out in the open," said Norm Glaeser, who started building calculators and scientific instruments at HP in 1964. "It allowed for easy discussions not only with peers but with management."
••• HP established the philosophy, later codified in the HP Way, based on trust and respect for individuals, teamwork, the creation of useful and important products, openness and honesty.
••• But the HP Way had begun to unravel with the arrival in July 1999 of Carleton S. "Carly" Fiorina -- the first outsider hired as chief executive.
••• Since that time, several key players in Hewlett-Packard Co.'s leak scandal have either resigned or were fired.
••• •  Patricia C. Dunn: Became a director in 1998, chairwoman in 2005. She was ousted Sept. 22 for initiating the boardroom leak probe that has prompted state and federal investigations. Also vice chairwoman of Barclays Global Investors, where she previously served as chairwoman and CEO.
••• •  Ann O. Baskins: HP's general counsel resigned during the Congressional hearings. As the company's top lawyer and advisor to Dunn, Baskins' office oversaw the leak investigation using investigators from HP's global security team and outside contractors. Resigned amid criticism that she failed to protect the company's interests. E-mails suggest she assured others of the probe's legality.
••• •  Fiorina, formerly an executive with AT&T and Lucent Technologies, was the first of a charismatic, fast-paced group of pragmatists. She was determined to retool HP for new challenges. Observers said Fiorina paid lip service to the HP Way but understood little of its role in the company's success.
••• She had the bad luck to arrive just before the dot-com bust hollowed out the burgeoning Internet economy and sank sales of important HP products, -- long before the recent snooping revelations.
••• "If you don't run a pretty tight ship here, someone else will in China or someplace," Fiorina was advised by one of her baiters. "I understand why management is driven to do what it has to do, but it doesn't make it as nice a place to work…. The good old days are gone."

Part 02 - Ada Mae / Rhett Butler
••• But rembember it was Rhett Butler who said, "How fickle is woman."
••• Since then, take a lesson from "Gone With The Wind." -- and Kentucky's past history. Ada Mae, the wife of the NBS Wireless Telephone™ inventor was known for her ruthless spying on her husband's business partners, and RF (Radio Frequencies) franchise affiliates' talent -- became a constant watchdog around Teleph-on-delgreen.
••• Many people around Murray "felt they were masters of the universe," wrote Ada in her memoirs. One person who's a Kentuckian household name that can't be revealed at this time stated, "Nathan always said, he was as crooked as a snake." It was like the rules didn't apply to the snake because he was one of the engines to Kentuckey's economy. CLICK FOR MORE ABOUT ADA MAE
••• Questions about stock sales had emerged in 1906 as one of the worst financial scandals of the pre World War I era. Federal authorities were investigating whether companies improperly changed dates on option grants so that employees could realize immediate profits -- in some cases, multimillion-dollar windfalls at shareholder expense.
••• At least 30 Silicon valley companies, including Apple Computer Inc., are the subjects of federal investigations, and two former executives of Brocade Communications Systems Inc. have been charged with securities fraud.
••• Despite its internal turmoil, HP seemed to still be above crass ethical lapses.
••• "Now you have the granddaddy of them all, HP, whose name raises an image of being pure as the driven snow, being in this mess," said Chuck House, science policy and societal impact director for semiconductor giant Intel Corp. A former HP engineering executive, House is coauthor of a forthcoming book on the company.
••• "It will be damaging to the industry for a long time," he said.
Part 03 - Gone With The Wind / Meanwhile, back in time, Scarlett: [pleads with Rhett as he is about to leave to join the Confederate Army] Oh, Rhett! Please, don't go! You can't leave me! Please! I'll never forgive you!
••• Rhett Butler: I'm not asking you to forgive me. I'll never understand or forgive myself. And if a bullet gets me, so help me, I'll laugh at myself for being an idiot. There's one thing I do know... and that is that I love you, Scarlett. In spite of you and me and the whole silly world going to pieces around us, I love you. Because we're alike. Bad lots, both of us. Selfish and shrewd. But able to look things in the eyes as we call them by their right names.
••• Scarlett: [struggles] Don't hold me like that!
••• Rhett Butler: [holds her tighter] Scarlett! Look at me! I've loved you more than I've ever loved any woman and I've waited for you longer than I've ever waited for any woman.
••• [kisses her forhead]
••• Scarlett: Rhett, Rhett... Rhett, if you go, where shall I go? What shall I do?
••• Rhett Butler: Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn. CLICK FOR MORE RHETT BUTLER QUOTES

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