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Google: A Sheep In Wolf's Clothing to the Right

Matt in N.C. Wrote: Mar 24, 2013 5:32 PM
"Unfortunately, too many on the right have forgotten that Google is not their friend." Like most individual leftists, Google is no one's friend. But it's very cozy with the Chinese regime and helps it maintain power. Goodle blocks forbidden information. For all we know, it also complicates communication among dissidents and collects information on them for the regime. Google is also very cozy with the Obama regime and helps it maintain power. I don't doubt that it blocks forbidden information, complicates communication among dissidents and collects information on them for the regime. I wouldn't be astonished to learn that Google has collected information about each regime for the other. Trust no one.
JMWinPR Wrote: Mar 25, 2013 9:01 PM
More to the point, I'd be willing to bet they forward names and info about people who are friendly to the regime as well as though who hold it in a somewhat dimmer light
ReddestNeck Wrote: Mar 24, 2013 9:54 PM
Google officially bailed on the Great China Firewall many years ago, because they were getting too much heat from the libertarian minded world of information technology people about it. They agreed to quit being that kind of evil... at least officially. China probably stole their technology anyhow. (What's Mandarin for Google?)

It may not actually "block" information embarrassing to Obama but it can drive it way down in the priority of the results. To be fair they would probably suck up to a GOP administration too. They just want an advantage.

Are you comfortable with one of the world’s most powerful corporations recording and analyzing every email you send and receive, every document you open, the videos that you watch online, and your full search history?

That’s right, when it comes to privacy, Google has roughly the same policy as a bad Sting song from the 80s: every breath you take, every move you make--they’ll be watching you.

Very few Americans can say they’ve never used one of Google’s services--such as YouTube, Google Docs, and Gmail--to the extent that the term “Google” was officially declared a verb in 2006 by Merriam-Webster, defining...