Skip to comments.Do No Evil Google - Censor & Snitch For The State
Posted on 04/27/2014 12:20:16 PM PDT by disclaimer
The key weapon in their arsenal of obedience is technology and the mega-corporations that control the flow of information disseminated to the hypnotized mindless masses. The United States has devolved into a society where a few powerful unelected unaccountable men, controlling the levers of government, education, finance, and media are able to formulate the opinions, tastes, beliefs, and fears of the masses through the effective and subtle use of technology. They have tenaciously and unflinchingly fashioned a technology addiction among the masses in order to keep them distracted, entertained and uninterested in thinking, gaining knowledge, or comprehending their roles and responsibilities as citizens in a purportedly democratic republic.
Do No Evil Google - Censor & Snitch For The State
Would you be so kind as to post a link to a conservative alternative right here?
It's not a perfect system. Sometimes you get inappropriate ads targeted at you because you had the misfortune to click into a pornography site - or maybe your teenage son was surfing around without your knowledge. If you are a content provider and you aren't careful about how to manage your website, Google can accidentally identify you as a spammer or otherwise "gaming" their search engine. If so, they will ban you from the Adsense program and drive your content to the bottom of their search results until you can prove to them otherwise.
There's no big conspiracy here with respect to Google. They feed other websites billions of dollars a year (in advertising revenue) so that they can put content out on the web without having to charge for it. The Drudge Report is free because Matt Drudge makes millions a year on the unobtrusive banner ads you see on the top and right side of his webpage. Those ads are targeted for YOU by the way, based on your web activity. If you do a lot of shopping online for clothing, you are apt to get clothing ads when you visit Drudge or another other website that deploys advertisements. This is how most people on the web make their money.
While many here are not fans of Google because they feel they lean too far to the left, the fact is that they do make every attempt to "not do evil" and they are basically good people doing mostly good things.
Here is a pretty insightful article on one of the founders of Google - Larry Page. Upon reading it, you will learn that the Google founders are not necessary geniuses. They made a few mistakes along the way but they were in the right place at the right time to build an empire. Not an evil empire, though it might seem that way to those who don't take the time to research them.
Otherwise, liveleak.com and vimeo.com are two.
No surprise. It’s been fascist-run for years.
Yeah, right. That's why they collaborate with the Chicomms.
You are obviously misinformed. Google is one of the only companies that ever pushed back on China, at the expense of their own business growth. On January 10, 2010, the two founders (Brin and Page) overrode CEO Schmidt and refused to participate with China’s repressive government in censoring search results for their citizens.
Other video hosting sites just aren't in that class.
Google's purchase of Boston Dynamics, military application robotics, and a military grade drone company, Titan Aerospace, I would say introduces a major conflict of interest with the public. No surprise the Google corporate jets were being fueled with government subsidized jet fuel.
Doesn't help to know that The NSA Has Inserted Its Code Into Android OS, Or Three Quarters Of All Smartphones running Google's Android operating system. Then there's always those pesky wikileaks out there.
but hey, you do what you want.
You make it seem like Apple's iOS is perfectly safe and free of government snooping.
I can appreciate Apple Inc's history, and admire Google as a driving market force, but I am weary of any entity collecting information to profile us including power company use of 'smart' meters. Benign now, but possibly politicized later.