Justice with Judge Jeanine put a spotlight on Google and its tracking of users' online activities. Judge Jeanine reported that Google tracks our online usage to target advertisers, but the company claims they will offer an opt out button so we don’t have to be part of their information collection process. I personally don’t care. I never consider anything I do online to be private.
If it's not companies targeting advertising towards our interests by gathering information, it's hackers trying to steal from us. The World Wide Web is relatively new and so far it’s been impossible to control. From international laws to copyright infringements, it’s a hard thing for the government to regulate.
I’m glad that some tracking is possible, many pedophiles have been caught and arrested that way when they've sought out child pornography. Using an IP address to track the user is imperative. We have to approach with caution when trying to control the tracking; we could end up preventing needed access to solve crimes.
Speaking of crimes, Judge Jeanine also spoke about the ongoing GOP presidential primaries. This topic has been dominating the show for weeks. I look forward to Justice with Judge Jeanine getting back to giving a voice to the voiceless. It’s sad how many victims are being overlooked in favor of political coverage. This show use to stand out among the others on Fox News Channel, but lately it seems they are trying to make it blend in with the rest. The powers that be need to let Pirro do her thing. Her passion for justice and compassion for the victims are what keeps viewers tuning in every week.
You can watch Justice with Judge Jeanine Saturday nights at 9 p.m. ET on Fox News Channel (FNC on your remote guide). You can follow her on Facebook and Twitter. You can also email her at Justice @FoxNews.Com.