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Live Chat discussion about Shell ‘dirty tricks unit’ carrying out covert activities on the Internet

By John Donovan

The following interesting discussion took place on our Live Chat facility following publication of our article…

LATEST EMAIL CORRESPONDENCE WITH ROYAL DUTCH SHELL COMPANY SECRETARY MICHIEL BRANDJES PUBLISHED 28 MARCH 2008

The discussion concerns Shell’s surreptitious activities on the Internet.

Related Live Chat discussion (We have inserted relevant hyperlinks)

Guest 9362:

The importance of defending corporate reputation on the Internet cannot be overstated. This explains why Shell dirty tricks unit was kept busy trying to smother your website while also rewriting Wikipedia articles about Shell. Wiki-scanner revealed Shell articles being anonymously edited from Shell locations. Shell was caught by the IP traces left by the perpetrators. Information critical of Shell was systematically removed.

Guest 7473:

“Shell was caught by the IP traces”. Caught by whom?? Proof of this please Guest 9362.

Guest 9362:

Proof! Check out www.wikiscanner.virgil.gr then run *search on “Shell”. Lists anonymous wikipedia edits from interesting organizations. Also google “wikiscanner Shell”. Check out www.nuclearcrimes.com and you will find similar tactics used against another anti-shell site. Same names involved including Wiseman, Moody-Stuart, van der Veer. Shell underhand internet trickery in abundance.

* http://www.wikiscanner.virgil.gr/name2ip.php?orgname=Shell&location=

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