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Sean Parker


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Third-Party Descriptions

July 2013: "In a 9,500-word essay [http://techcrunch.com/2013/06/27/weddings-used-to-be-sacred-and-other-lessons-about-internet-journalism/] published on TechCrunch Thursday, the Napster co-founder recounted the entire story of his wedding and railed against media reports and Internet commenters that described his Big Sur, Calif. wedding to Alexandra Lenas earlier this month as "tasteless" and "eco-trashing.""

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/06/28/sean-parkers-wedding_n_3517977.html

June 2013: 'one of Silicon Valley’s billionaires, Napster founder and Spotify billionaire Sean Parker, just threw himself a $10 million wedding on environmentally sensitive land in Big Sur. In the course of building a massive fantasy set for the event... reportedly did significant environmental damage and violated regulations.'

http://www.salon.com/2013/06/25/who_will_stop_google_partner/

Relationships

RoleNameTypeLast Updated
Advisor/Consultant to (past or present) Facebook Organization Jul 1, 2013
Organization Executive (past or present) Founders Fund Management Organization Jul 1, 2013
Founder/Co-Founder of Napster Organization Jul 1, 2013
Financial Supporter of (past or present) Spotify AB Organization Jul 1, 2013

Articles and Resources

Date Fairness.com Resource Read it at:
Jun 25, 2013 Who will stop Google? Snowden revealed what many of us already suspected: Google completely controls the web

QUOTE: What do the U.S. government and Silicon Valley already have in common? Above all, they want to remain opaque while making the rest of us entirely transparent through the capture of our data. What is arising is simply a new form of government, involving vast entities with the reach and power of government and little accountability to anyone. Google, the company with the motto “Don’t be evil,” is rapidly becoming an empire. Not an empire of territory, as was Rome or the Soviet Union, but an empire controlling our access to data and our data itself. Antitrust lawsuits proliferating around the company demonstrate its quest for monopoly control over information in the information age.

Salon