After a quick glance at this year's Bilderberg attendee list, it is not difficult to surmise that a key focus of the elitists is the internet. PEU Report has pulled the names of those directly tied to the internet industry that were invited to the conference this year:
Kroes, Neelie, Vice President, European Commission; Commissioner for Digital AgendaAlso of note, I pointed out in an earlier comment the odd appearance of a U.S. Department of Justice attorney, Christine Varney, on the attendee list.
Bernabè, Franco, CEO, Telecom Italia SpA
Reisman, Heather, Chair and CEO, Indigo Books & Music Inc. Center, Brookings Institution
Alexander, Keith B., Commander, USCYBERCOM; Director, National Security Agency
Bezos, Jeff, Founder and CEO, Amazon.comHoffman, Reid, Co-founder and Executive Chairman, LinkedIn
Hughes, Chris R., Co-founder, Facebook
Mundie, Craig J., Chief Research and Strategy Officer, Microsoft Corporation
Schmidt, Eric, Executive Chairman, Google Inc.
Lévy, Maurice, Chairman and CEO, Publicis Groupe S.A.
Löscher, Peter, President and CEO, Siemens AG
Cebrián, Juan Luis, CEO, PRISA
PEU dug deep and found that Varney was on the board of Ryder Systems. According to Ryder, when she was a private sector attorney with the heavy-hitter law firm of Hogan & Hartson, she lead, guess what, "the Internet Law practice group for the firm."
Adding to Bilderberg intrigue is the IMF's report of a serious cyber attack by a nation state. The attack occurred May 14...The computer attack attempted to install software that would provide an insider digital presence. The IMF waited until a meeting of global tamperers to reveal a "major cyber attack." Did Mark Penn or Karen Hughes craft the narrative? It vectors well with Bilderberg's apparent cyber focus. Even Bill Gates turned out for a Bilderberger.