In a tweet that posted two weeks after joining Twitter, Murdoch criticized Obamabecause considered not to support anti-piracy movement.
"So Obama has thrown in his lot with the Silicon Valley paymasters threatenWHO Creators with all software piracy, plain thievery," the tweet Murdoch.
Yes, if you try to be interpreted, roughly tweet reads that Obama is more supportive of the bosses in Silicon Valley software maker threatened by piracyand theft.
Murdoch's own action is triggered from the White House stance that does notsupport the proposal assessed Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA). The White House certainly had other considerations, namely the fear hinder freedom of expression on the internet and corporate innovation.
Reported by Reuters, the White House declared that any attempt to combatonline piracy should be protected by clear rules and should not inhibitinnovation created by small and large companies.
Not stop there, Murdoch attack then went to the Google. Clearly where the chirpspiciness named Google as the mastermind of pure piracy.
"Piracy leader Google is WHO streams free movies, sells advts around Them.No wonder pouring Millions into lobbying," he wrote.
Free movie streaming service provider Google's lead is likely to YouTube. But apart from that, the relationship Murdoch and Google are somewhat less get along.
Even the owner of Fox TV, The Wall Street Journal, Fox Studios and The Sunwere ever filed a lawsuit to the Internet giant for stealing content from its searchengine business.