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The Google God

Google isn't just a search engine. It's a monster created in our own image.

The Google Empire was built upon a foundation of information created by all of us. They are the General Electric of the 21st Century.

I'm 100% guilty of contributing to the supercomputers that, "read," every word I type on the www. (world wide web.)

Google is an enormous company. A single share of Google stock costs a whopping $1,165 and two red cents.

Government, education, intelligence, robotics, healthcare, automobiles, military weapons, weather, space, media, cellphones, banking, flying.

You name it, Google is there cooking up a storm of business all over the planet.

Has there ever been a company that is so intertwined into the whole entire global economic fabric of society?

Has there ever been a company that has been able to, "legally," access so much information about so many people and so many businesses on a continuous basis?

Google Earth? Google Maps? Google everything.

Google is a gigantic global network of companies, it's like the 9 headed hydra of Greek mythology.

Google bought youtube for a cool $2 billion in 2006.

After hundreds of millions of people using the Internet for over 15 years, advertising agencies, and now intelligence agencies are foaming at the mouth to know what Google knows - unlimited knowledge.

What does, "Google," mean? The word 'googol' was first used by Milton Sirotta. A googol is the equivalent to a 1 followed by 100 zeros, an immense number that is practically infinite.

Sounds like the Federal Reserve to me...

Google didn't just take a bite out of the apple, they are trying to eat the whole fruit of knowledge that gives them more power and unlimited growth built upon knowing what, where, when, why, and how people think.

Who built the golden calf?

Google did it with a little help from their, "friends."

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Google Chrome is listening to you

Funny how things work...

I wrote this last night and tonight I come home to find this article...

Whistleblower: Google Chrome Can Listen To Your Conversations


January 23, 2014

A whistleblower who privately informed Google four months ago that their Chrome browser had the ability to record conversations without the user’s knowledge has gone public after the tech giant failed to fix the issue.

In the video above, the programmer explains how Google Chrome’s speech recognition function remains operational even after the user has left the website on which they gave permission for the browser to record their voice.

-------- Full article linked above.

I think it is time to change my web browser.

Any suggestions?

Never be afraid to ask simple questions.

Google is generally awesome.

Google is generally awesome. Could you imagine Yahoo or News Corp or some other inept and/or malicious corporation in Google's place?

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That's why I use startpage!

It shields me from googles intrusive all seeing eye.

It's like when Gandalf says to cover up the crystal ball because you don't know who's looking through it back at you on the other side!

Startpage.com will at least prevent google from knowing Who and Where. Unfortunately, even with startpage.com, what, when, and why will still be available for google to figure out.

My elder sis, a socialist, godless socialist

Says " there are no Christians working at google, at least none that WE know of ".

Not only bit the apple, but offered it based on a lie from the door.

it bothers her so very much that both her siblings have wonderful relationships with the very God she rejects, and I like it that it does.

God bless
Stēkō pharrēsia Iēsous

Drew, by the very grace of GOD through the blood of Christ Jesus.
"there shall come after us men whom shall garner great wealth using our system, and having done so shall seek to slam the door of prosperity behind them." George Washington

That woman is creepy

and doesn't IBM already have the database finished? (last century)

I'm sure nothing bad will come of this