You are Here:
Google

Author (Read 3183 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Re: Google
« Reply #50 on: Oct 24, 2018, 04:29:39 am »
 

David Icke Bot

  • Web Bot
  • Mega InfoWarrior
  • *****
  • 3328
    Posts
  • Web Bot
    • David Icke


Data-sharing by free apps is ‘out of control’ with almost 90% of free apps on Google Play sharing your details with companies, Oxford University study finds






'The harvesting and sharing of data by mobile phone apps is out of control, researchers have warned.

They found that almost 90 per cent of free apps on the Google Play store shared data with Google parent company Alphabet.

More than 40 per cent could transfer information about users to businesses ultimately owned by Facebook.

The Oxford researchers looked at almost a million apps on the UK and US Google Play stores.

They found most contained ‘third-party tracking’, especially news apps and those targeted at children. Spam_A </div>



Icke





Last Edit by Humphrey
Webot for posting David Icke Articles and Videos,  read this post for criticism of my bias and limitations.
 

Re: Google
« Reply #51 on: Oct 24, 2018, 05:37:15 pm »
 

2Revolutions

  • Global Moderator
  • Mega InfoWarrior
  • *****
  • 1090
    Posts
Now Apps Can Track You Even After You Uninstall Them

https://bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-10-22/now-apps-can-track-you-even-after-you-uninstall-them


If it seems as though the app you deleted last week is suddenly popping up everywhere, it may not be mere coincidence. Companies that cater to app makers have found ways to game both iOS and Android, enabling them to figure out which users have uninstalled a given piece of software lately—and making it easy to pelt the departed with ads aimed at winning them back.

Adjust, AppsFlyer, MoEngage, Localytics, and CleverTap are among the companies that offer uninstall trackers, usually as part of a broader set of developer tools. Their customers include T-Mobile US, Spotify Technology, and Yelp. (And Bloomberg Businessweek parent Bloomberg LP, which uses Localytics.) Critics say they’re a fresh reason to reassess online privacy rights and limit what companies can do with user data. “Most tech companies are not giving people nuanced privacy choices, if they give them choices at all,” says Jeremy Gillula, tech policy director at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a privacy advocate.

Some providers say these tracking tools are meant to measure user reaction to app updates and other changes. Jude McColgan, chief executive officer of Boston’s Localytics, says he hasn’t seen clients use the technology to target former users with ads. Ehren Maedge, vice president for marketing and sales at MoEngage Inc. in San Francisco, says it’s up to the app makers not to do so. “The dialogue is between our customers and their end users,” he says. “If they violate users’ trust, it’s not going to go well for them.” Adjust, AppsFlyer, and CleverTap didn’t respond to requests for comment, nor did T-Mobile, Spotify, or Yelp.

Uninstall tracking exploits a core element of Apple Inc.’s and Google’s mobile operating systems: push notifications. Developers have always been able to use so-called silent push notifications to ping installed apps at regular intervals without alerting the user—to refresh an inbox or social media feed while the app is running in the background, for example. But if the app doesn’t ping the developer back, the app is logged as uninstalled, and the uninstall tracking tools add those changes to the file associated with the given mobile device’s unique advertising ID, details that make it easy to identify just who’s holding the phone and advertise the app to them wherever they go.


More at the link --->  https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-10-22/now-apps-can-track-you-even-after-you-uninstall-them



Last Edit by Humphrey
 

Re: Google - #MeToo walkout over tech giant
« Reply #52 on: Nov 02, 2018, 06:13:52 am »
 

EvadingGrid

  • Rat Catcher (retired)
  • Administrator
  • Mega InfoWarrior
  • *****
  • 6555
    Posts


The Daily Mail


Thousands of Google staff around the globe stage mass #MeToo walkout over tech giant's $90m payout to sex-pest executive plus a $14m loan to buy a beach estate in Japan
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6341939/Google-walkout-disgraced-executives-today.html





'Google employees around the globe are taking part in a mass walkout on Thursday to protest the company's protection of a former executive who has been accused of sexual misconduct.

The Google protest, which has been dubbed the 'Walkout For Real Change,' is scheduled for Thursday at 11.10am local time across the globe, one week after sexual assault allegations against creator of its Android software, Andy Rubin, were first reported by the New York Times.

Rubin denied the allegations in a tweet, saying the article contained 'numerous inaccuracies' and 'wild exaggerations'.

But Rubin is believed to have received a considerable exit package in 2014, valued at approximately $90 million, and was also loaned $14 million in 2012 to buy a seaside villa in Japan. Spam_A Spam_B People briefed on the transaction said the loan was offered at an interest rate of less than one percent.

Google X director Richard DeVaul and former senior vice president Amit Singhal were also named in the Times report, as alleged perpetrators of sexual misconduct.

'It’s been a difficult time,' Google's chief executive Sundar Pichai said on Thursday during his scheduled time to talk at the New York Times DealBook conference.

'There’s been anger and frustration within the company. We all feel it. I feel it too. At Google, we set a very high bar, and we clearly didn’t live up to our expectations.'

The demonstration on Thursday is the latest expression of a year-long backlash against exploitation of subordinates across all industries.'



Read More : Thousands of Google staff around the globe stage mass #MeToo walkout over tech giant's $90m payout to sex-pest executive plus a $14m loan to buy a beach estate in Japan



Icke





Last Edit by Humphrey
We are all running on Gods laptop.
The problem is the virus called the Illuminati.
 

Re: Google Removes Gendered Pronouns From Gmail's Smart Compose
« Reply #53 on: Nov 30, 2018, 04:44:32 am »
 

David Icke Bot

  • Web Bot
  • Mega InfoWarrior
  • *****
  • 3328
    Posts
  • Web Bot
    • David Icke


Google Removes Gendered Pronouns From Gmail's Smart Compose After They Are Found To Be Accidently Sexist
https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/google-gmail-smart-compose-pronouns-feature-sexism-update-a8656816.html





'Google has removed gendered pronouns from its smart compose feature, after its artificial intelligence turned sexist.

The feature – which tries to guess what people want to say in reply to an email – will no longer help them out with gendered pronouns.

If someone emails that they're going for a drink with someone, for instance, it might finish the sentence with "you" or "it. But it will no longer finish up the sentence with "him" or "her".

The change was made because the artificial intelligence was wrongly predicting people's genders in ways that seemed sexist. And it comes amid increasing concern about the unnoticed kinds of prejudice that are built into AIs like the ones powering Google's replying feature.

Gmail product manager Paul Lambert said a company research scientist discovered the problem in January when he typed "I am meeting an investor next week," and Smart Compose suggested a possible follow-up question: "Do you want to meet him?" instead of "her."

Consumers have become accustomed to embarrassing gaffes from autocorrect on smartphones. But Google refused to take chances at a time when gender issues are reshaping politics and society, and critics are scrutinizing potential biases in artificial intelligence like never before.

"Not all 'screw ups' are equal," Lambert said. Gender is a "a big, big thing" to get wrong.

Getting Smart Compose right could be good for business. Demonstrating that Google understands the nuances of AI better than competitors is part of the company's strategy to build affinity for its brand and attract customers to its AI-powered cloud computing tools, advertising services and hardware.'

Read more: Google Removes Gendered Pronouns From Gmail's Smart Compose After They Are Found To Be Accidently Sexist



Icke





Last Edit by Humphrey
Webot for posting David Icke Articles and Videos,  read this post for criticism of my bias and limitations.
 

Re: Google : Smartphone App Allows Users to Report ‘Heresy’ to Govt
« Reply #54 on: Dec 11, 2018, 07:44:30 am »
 

David Icke Bot

  • Web Bot
  • Mega InfoWarrior
  • *****
  • 3328
    Posts
  • Web Bot
    • David Icke


Google Smartphone App Allows Users to Report ‘Heresy’ to Indonesian Government
https://www.breitbart.com/tech/2018/12/10/google-smartphone-app-allows-users-to-report-heresy-to-indonesian-government/





'An app currently available on the Google Play Store allows users to report incidents of religious “heresy” to the Muslim-majority Indonesian government.

The free app, titled “Smart Pakem,” was reportedly “created by the Jakarta Prosecutor’s Office, which said it would help educate the public and modernize the current reporting process.”

“The app will also list religious edicts and blacklisted organizations and allow users to file complaints instantaneously, instead of going through the often cumbersome process of submitting a written accusation to a government office,” reported the Daily Mail. “However, rights groups fear the application could be misused by increasingly powerful hardline Islamic groups and widen divisions in a country where harassment of religious and other minorities is not uncommon.”

Human Rights Watch’s Andreas Harsono proclaimed, “This is going from bad to worse – another dangerous step to discriminate religious minorities in Indonesia,” while Setara Institute Vice Chairman Bonar Tigor Naipospos explained, “This is dangerous because if mainstream society doesn’t like (a group) they’ll report them through the application – this will create problems.”

A spokesman for the Jakarta Prosecutor’s Office claimed the app’s purpose is “to prevent [the public] from following doctrines from an individual or a group that are not in line with the regulations.”

Despite protests, the app is currently listed and available for download on the Google Play Store.'

Read more: Google Smartphone App Allows Users to Report ‘Heresy’ to Indonesian Government



Icke





Last Edit by Gladstone
Webot for posting David Icke Articles and Videos,  read this post for criticism of my bias and limitations.
 

 

David Icke Bot

  • Web Bot
  • Mega InfoWarrior
  • *****
  • 3328
    Posts
  • Web Bot
    • David Icke


Why Did Google Choose NOW to Remove “Don’t Be Evil” Clause from Its Code of Conduct?






Google used to have an iconic clause in its code of conduct that said, “Don’t be evil.” Yet the clause was recently and quietly sent down the memory hole.

Given the recent House Judiciary Committee hearing involving Google CEO Sundar Pichai to testify on issues like the secretive Dragonfly project that would install a special censorship search engine for Chinese citizens…it’s a little creepy.

Did Google symbolically peel off its last visage of propriety when it dropped its don’t-be-evil clause?

Gizmodo reported in May that the “don’t be evil” concept went through a metamorphosis:
Quote
Google’s unofficial motto has long been the simple phrase “don’t be evil.” But that’s over, according to the code of conduct that Google distributes to its employees. The phrase was removed sometime in late April or early May, archives hosted by the Wayback Machine show.

“Don’t be evil” has been part of the company’s corporate code of conduct since 2000. When Google was reorganized under a new parent company, Alphabet, in 2015, Alphabet assumed a slightly adjusted version of the motto, “do the right thing.” However, Google retained its original “don’t be evil” language until the past several weeks. The phrase has been deeply incorporated into Google’s company culture—so much so that a version of the phrase has served as the wifi password on the shuttles that Google uses to ferry its employees to its Mountain View headquarters, sources told Gizmodo.'


Read more: Why Did Google Choose NOW to Remove “Don’t Be Evil” Clause from Its Code of Conduct?



Icke





Last Edit by Gladstone
Webot for posting David Icke Articles and Videos,  read this post for criticism of my bias and limitations.
 

Re: Google - Secret China Project “Effectively Ended”
« Reply #56 on: Dec 19, 2018, 05:52:00 am »
 

David Icke Bot

  • Web Bot
  • Mega InfoWarrior
  • *****
  • 3328
    Posts
  • Web Bot
    • David Icke


Google's Secret China Project “Effectively Ended” After Internal Confrontation
https://theintercept.com/2018/12/17/google-china-censored-search-engine-2/





'Google has been forced to shut down a data analysis system it was using to develop a censored search engine for China after members of the company’s privacy team raised internal complaints that it had been kept secret from them, The Intercept has learned.

The internal rift over the system has had massive ramifications, effectively ending work on the censored search engine, known as Dragonfly, according to two sources familiar with the plans. The incident represents a major blow to top Google executives, including CEO Sundar Pichai, who have over the last two years made the China project one of their main priorities.

The dispute began in mid-August, when the The Intercept revealed that Google employees working on Dragonfly had been using a Beijing-based website to help develop blacklists for the censored search engine, which was designed to block out broad categories of information related to democracy, human rights, and peaceful protest, in accordance with strict rules on censorship in China that are enforced by the country’s authoritarian Communist Party government.'


Read more: Google's Secret China Project “Effectively Ended” After Internal Confrontation

Icke





Last Edit by Gladstone
Webot for posting David Icke Articles and Videos,  read this post for criticism of my bias and limitations.
 

Re: Google futuristic radar-based hand sensors get US approval
« Reply #57 on: Jan 03, 2019, 05:36:23 am »
 

David Icke Bot

  • Web Bot
  • Mega InfoWarrior
  • *****
  • 3328
    Posts
  • Web Bot
    • David Icke


Google’s futuristic radar-based hand sensors get US approval, despite interference concerns
https://www.rt.com/usa/447936-google-hand-control-interference/





'Google has been granted permission to roll out wearable hand motion sensors that allow users to swipe, scroll and click their devices through thin air. Concern remains that the devices could interfere with other electronics.

The sensor technology, named Project Soli, has been in development since 2015. Worn on a user’s wrist, it allows the user to scroll, swipe, click and control their devices with simple hand gestures in the air. Users can click a virtual button between their thumb and index finger, or turn a virtual dial by rubbing these fingers together.

A radar beam tracks the movement of the user’s hand, enabling precise control – just like the futuristic computer interface used by Tom Cruise in ‘Minority Report’. Google also claims that the technology will be integrated into phones, personal computers, and vehicles.

While Cruise’s theatrical swiping was set in the year 2054, Google’s real-world version could be rolled out much sooner, after the Federal Communications Commission signed off on the project on Monday, Reuters reported.

Until now, the rollout had been put on hold by the FCC, as Soli’s radar operates at a far higher frequency band than currently allowed by regulations. Facebook had complained to the FCC that these higher power levels could interfere with other devices nearby, and the two companies reached an agreement with the agency in September to allow the sensors to operate at a higher power level than allowed, but lower than that originally proposed by Google.











Concerns remain over the devices’ potential to interfere with other electronics, however. As such, they can be used on aircraft, but must comply with Federal Aviation Administration rules – and likely will have to remain powered off during flights.

The devices’ frequency band of 57 - 64 GHz also falls within the 24 - 86 GHz band used by 5G networks, soon to be active throughout the US. It is unclear whether this overlap could cause interference.'

Source - RT




Icke





Last Edit by Gladstone
Webot for posting David Icke Articles and Videos,  read this post for criticism of my bias and limitations.
 

Re: Google - is taking over the classroom - new report
« Reply #58 on: Jan 16, 2019, 05:29:58 am »
 

David Icke Bot

  • Web Bot
  • Mega InfoWarrior
  • *****
  • 3328
    Posts
  • Web Bot
    • David Icke


How Google is taking over the classroom - new report

















Icke





Last Edit by Gladstone
Webot for posting David Icke Articles and Videos,  read this post for criticism of my bias and limitations.
 

Re: Google - told employees to stop using the word FAMILY
« Reply #59 on: Jan 18, 2019, 07:31:15 am »
 

EvadingGrid

  • Rat Catcher (retired)
  • Administrator
  • Mega InfoWarrior
  • *****
  • 6555
    Posts
Revealed: Google VP told employees to stop using the word FAMILY after staff complained the term was 'offensive, homophobic and excluded unmarried people without children, animals and those with multiple trans-feminine partners'
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6605539/Google-staff-complained-word-FAMILY-offensive-homophobic-referring-children.html



Last Edit by Gladstone
We are all running on Gods laptop.
The problem is the virus called the Illuminati.
 

Re: Google : fined £44 million for breaching EU privacy laws
« Reply #60 on: Jan 22, 2019, 06:44:22 am »
 

David Icke Bot

  • Web Bot
  • Mega InfoWarrior
  • *****
  • 3328
    Posts
  • Web Bot
    • David Icke


The Independent


Google fined £44 million for breaching EU privacy laws
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/google-fine-privacy-eu-laws-gdpr-rules-data-protection-france-a8739411.html





'Google has been fined €50m (£44m) by France’s privacy regulator for breaching the EU’s data protection rules.

The penalty marks the first time the French watchdog has used its powers under the General Data Protection Rules, known as GDPR.

France’s data authority CNIL said the amount of the fine was “justified by the severity of the infringements observed regarding the essential principles” of the rules.

The EU rules came into effect across the 28-nation bloc in May last year and gave national privacy regulators equal powers to fine companies as much as 4 percent of global annual sales for the most serious violations. Google has come under CNIL’s scrutiny many times before, but under the old rules, fines couldn’t exceed the maximum of €150,000.

The fine was triggered by two complaints, one from noyb, a group created by Austrian privacy activist Max Schrems, which accused Google of forcing users to agree to new privacy policies.

CNIL said it had found that Google violated EU law in two ways - one for lack of transparency and information, the other for not having a legal basis to process user data for personalized advertisements. Its ruling can be appealed.

The regulator said: “Despite the measures implemented by Google (documentation and configuration tools), the infringements observed deprive the users of essential guarantees regarding processing operations that can reveal important parts of their private life since they are based on a huge amount of data, a wide variety of services and almost unlimited possible combinations.”'



Read More : Google fined £44 million for breaching EU privacy laws



Icke





Last Edit by Gladstone
Webot for posting David Icke Articles and Videos,  read this post for criticism of my bias and limitations.
 

Re: Google new documents reveal ultra-creepy Google ad tracking
« Reply #61 on: Jan 29, 2019, 06:23:19 am »
 

David Icke Bot

  • Web Bot
  • Mega InfoWarrior
  • *****
  • 3328
    Posts
  • Web Bot
    • David Icke


RT - Russia Today


Impotence, substance abuse, brain tumors? New documents reveal ultra-creepy Google ad tracking
http://www.rt.com/news/450013-google-ad-tracking-gdpr/





'Google and other online advertising platforms engage in disturbing privacy violations through the categories they use to target internet users, according to a new filing that reveals just how creepy this data collection can get.

Google and other online ad companies use intimate personal information like political beliefs, religion, sexual orientation, and even diseases and disabilities to target users for advertising, according to new evidence filed by digital rights organizations in Poland, Ireland and the UK. Their complaint takes aim at real-time bidding (RTB), online ad auctions in which highly sensitive information about users gleaned from their browsing history is traded by thousands of third-party companies which use these behavioral profiles to target ads. “Incontinence,” “special needs kids,” and “gay life” are just a few of the categories on the Internet Advertising Bureau’s list that could infringe on Article 9 of the GDPR, the EU privacy law which bars the use of such sensitive data without explicit consent from users. Since most internet users have no idea these tags are being attached to them, let alone bought and sold by companies they’ve never heard of, this kind of invasive profiling clearly runs afoul of the law, the group says.

Google’s categories are even more invasive: “AIDS & HIV,” “debt collection & repossession,” and “drug and alcohol treatment” are just a few on a list that runs to 53 pages. “’Special category’ personal data like this enjoys special protections in the GDPR. I believe this raises the stakes of our complaint,” said Johnny Ryan of no-track browser Brave, one of the complainants.

Ad auction companies broadcast an average UK internet user’s intimate data profile about 164 times per day, according to the New Economics Foundation. Ryan believes if the industry just made some “minor changes,” excluding sensitive data points that are not actually necessary for ad targeting, it could comply with the GDPR without significantly altering its business model.'



Read More : Impotence, substance abuse, brain tumors? New documents reveal ultra-creepy Google ad tracking



Icke





Last Edit by Gladstone
Webot for posting David Icke Articles and Videos,  read this post for criticism of my bias and limitations.
 

 

David Icke Bot

  • Web Bot
  • Mega InfoWarrior
  • *****
  • 3328
    Posts
  • Web Bot
    • David Icke


theintercept.com
http://www.theintercept.com/



Google's Sidewalk Labs Plans to Package and Sell Location Data on Millions of Cellphones
http://theintercept.com/2019/01/28/google-alphabet-sidewalk-labs-replica-cellphone-data/





'Most of the data collected by urban planners is messy, complex, and difficult to represent. It looks nothing like the smooth graphs and clean charts of city life in urban simulator games like “SimCity.” A new initiative from Sidewalk Labs, the city-building subsidiary of Google’s parent company Alphabet, has set out to change that.

The program, known as Replica, offers planning agencies the ability to model an entire city’s patterns of movement. Like “SimCity,” Replica’s “user-friendly” tool deploys statistical simulations to give a comprehensive view of how, when, and where people travel in urban areas. It’s an appealing prospect for planners making critical decisions about transportation and land use. In recent months, transportation authorities in Kansas City, Portland, and the Chicago area have signed up to glean its insights. The only catch: They’re not completely sure where the data is coming from. Typical urban planners rely on processes like surveys and trip counters that are often time-consuming, labor-intensive, and outdated. Replica, instead, uses real-time mobile location data. As Nick Bowden of Sidewalk Labs has explained, “Replica provides a full set of baseline travel measures that are very difficult to gather and maintain today, including the total number of people on a highway or local street network, what mode they’re using (car, transit, bike, or foot), and their trip purpose (commuting to work, going shopping, heading to school).”

To make these measurements, the program gathers and de-identifies the location of cellphone users, which it obtains from unspecified third-party vendors. It then models this anonymized data in simulations — creating a synthetic population that faithfully replicates a city’s real-world patterns but that “obscures the real-world travel habits of individual people,” as Bowden told The Intercept.

The program comes at a time of growing unease with how tech companies use and share our personal data — and raises new questions about Google’s encroachment on the physical world.'



Read More : Google's Sidewalk Labs Plans to Package and Sell Location Data on Millions of Cellphones



Icke





Last Edit by Gladstone
Webot for posting David Icke Articles and Videos,  read this post for criticism of my bias and limitations.
 

Re: Google - secret microphone
« Reply #63 on: Feb 20, 2019, 12:17:43 pm »
 

2Revolutions

  • Global Moderator
  • Mega InfoWarrior
  • *****
  • 1090
    Posts
How much proof does the public need to finally acknowledge that most of technology created today is primarily to spy, extort money and oppress.



Nest Secure device has a secret microphone. Google says failing to disclose that was 'an error on our part.'

https://baltimoresun.com/business/ct-biz-nest-secure-microphone-google-20190220-story.html

The worst kind of microphone is a hidden microphone.

Customers were caught off guard in early February when Google announced its home security system, Nest Secure, would be able to act as an AI-powered Google Assistant after a recent update.

"With the flip of a switch in the Nest app, you can set the Secure as an always-listening Assistant speaker," the company said in a blog post announcing the update.

Until then, customers weren't aware that Nest Secure had a microphone at all.

Google said it had made an "error" in failing to include the microphone in technical specifications, Business Insider first reported. While some noted when the announcement came out that there wasn't supposed to be any microphone in the product, Google didn't address it until Tuesday. Nest Secure had been on the shelves for 18 months.

"The on-device microphone was never intended to be a secret and should have been listed in the tech specs," a Google spokesperson said in a statement emailed to The Post. "That was an error on our part. The microphone has never been on and is only activated when users specifically enable the option."

More at the link --->  https://www.baltimoresun.com/business/ct-biz-nest-secure-microphone-google-20190220-story.html



Last Edit by Gladstone
 

 

EvadingGrid

  • Rat Catcher (retired)
  • Administrator
  • Mega InfoWarrior
  • *****
  • 6555
    Posts


The Independent


Google says it put hidden microphone in home alarm system and didn't tell customers
http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/google-nest-hidden-microphone-alarm-system-a8788741.html





'Google has admitted to installing hidden microphones in a home product and not telling customers they were there.

The company says it never meant to keep the listening devices a secret and they had only been left of the box because of an "error".

The Nest Secure alarm system did not include the microphone as part of its specifications but it was "never intended to be a secret", parent company Google said.

The hardware feature came to light after Google announced a software update to the Nest Secure system would enable it to use its voice-activated helper, Google Assistant, which is powered by artificial intelligence to answer queries and commands.

Until then, the product web page for the device did not say it contained a microphone. It has since been updated. A Google spokesman said: "The on-device microphone was never intended to be a secret and should have been listed in the tech specs. That was an error on our part. The microphone has never been on and is only activated when users specifically enable the option.

"Security systems often use microphones to provide features that rely on sound sensing. We included the mic on the device so that we can potentially offer additional features to our users in the future, such as the ability to detect broken glass."

The device is part of what Google calls its Nest alarm system starter pack, providing users with motion sensors and a keypad to create a bespoke home security set-up.

Silkie Carlo, director of UK-based privacy campaign group Big Brother Watch, said the incident would do little to help public trust around smart home devices.

"It is hard to believe Google cares about people's privacy after selling a security product with a secret microphone in it," she said.'



Read More :  Google says it put hidden microphone in home alarm system and didn't tell customers



Icke





Last Edit by Gladstone
We are all running on Gods laptop.
The problem is the virus called the Illuminati.
 

Re: Google - still building "Dragonfly" for Communist China
« Reply #65 on: Mar 12, 2019, 05:22:22 am »
 

David Icke Bot

  • Web Bot
  • Mega InfoWarrior
  • *****
  • 3328
    Posts
  • Web Bot
    • David Icke

Natural News



Evil Google still building technology for a communist regime that harvests the organs of political dissidents; employees blow the whistle
http://www.naturalnews.com/2019-03-10-evil-google-still-building-technology-for-communist-regime-that-harvests-organs.html





'Google says the secretive project is dead. But whistleblowers at the company say otherwise, having recently come forward to suggest that Google is still actively colluding with communist China to eventually roll out a censored version of its search engine that restricts free speech.

Known as “Operation Dragonfly,” the project had been a work in progress until late last year when, due to growing public backlash and scrutiny, Google decided to shelve it – at least temporarily. Former Google workers believe, based on evidence they’ve been gathering, that Google simply reallocated the project elsewhere to keep it under the radar.

“Sources with knowledge of Dragonfly said staff who were working on the project were not told to immediately cease their efforts,” reported The Intercept, which first broke the story. “Rather, they were instructed to finish up the jobs they were doing and then they would be allocated new work on other teams. Some of those who were working on Dragonfly were moved into different areas, focusing on projects related to Google’s search services in India, Indonesia, Russia, the Middle East, and Brazil.”

One major red flag that suggests Google is still working on Operation Dragonfly has to do with the code archives, which have continued to be updated well into 2019 despite the company’s earlier claims that the project is no longer active.

“Right now it feels unlaunchable, but I don’t think they are canceling outright,” says former Google software engineer Colin McMillen, who reportedly left the company back in February because of what he was seeing.'



Read More : Evil Google still building technology for a communist regime that harvests the organs of political dissidents; employees blow the whistle



Icke





Last Edit by Gladstone
Webot for posting David Icke Articles and Videos,  read this post for criticism of my bias and limitations.
 

Senator blasts Google over lies about consumer privacy
« Reply #66 on: Mar 14, 2019, 05:12:19 am »
 

David Icke Bot

  • Web Bot
  • Mega InfoWarrior
  • *****
  • 3328
    Posts
  • Web Bot
    • David Icke

Natural News



GOP senator blasts Google over lies about consumer privacy: “There’s NO way to really turn off tracking services”
http://www.naturalnews.com/2019-03-13-gop-senator-blasts-google-over-lies-about-consumer-privacy-tracking.html





'A freshman Republican senator lambasted Google on Tuesday for invading users’ privacy by tracking them and building profiles on them that the tech giant later seeks to monetize, and all without their consent or ability to opt out.

Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Missouri), grilled Will DeVries, senior privacy counsel for Google, on Tuesday as he appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee during a hearing on data privacy. Hawley accused the tech behemoth of tracking users of its Android cellphones, collecting all kinds of data on them, and accusing the company of continuing to track users even if “tracking services” has been disabled.

“I’m concerned about the implicit bargain that consumers are being asked to ratify by which they get supposedly free services but actually have enormous amounts of personal data extracted from them without knowing what is going on,” Hawley said.

The GOP lawmaker went on to question DeVries’ opening statement in which he claimed that Google’s “flagship products” have been free-of-charge for more than 20 years and that the tech giant ‘clearly’ explains how it makes money and uses personal information.'



Read More : GOP senator blasts Google over lies about consumer privacy: “There’s NO way to really turn off tracking services”



Icke





Last Edit by Gladstone
Webot for posting David Icke Articles and Videos,  read this post for criticism of my bias and limitations.
 

Re: Google - shifted millions of votes to Dems in 2018 midterms
« Reply #67 on: Mar 25, 2019, 03:40:19 am »
 

David Icke Bot

  • Web Bot
  • Mega InfoWarrior
  • *****
  • 3328
    Posts
  • Web Bot
    • David Icke


RT - Russia Today


Google flipped seats, shifted millions of votes to Dems in 2018 midterms, researcher tells RT
http://www.rt.com/usa/454653-epstein-interview-google-elections/





Google’s biased search algorithm actually flipped seats in the 2018 US midterm elections, according to a researcher who found the search engine’s “dramatically biased” results could have shifted over 78 million votes to Democrats.

“Upwards of 25 percent of the national elections in the world are being decided without people’s knowledge by Google’s search algorithm,” senior research psychologist Dr. Robert Epstein of the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology told RT, calling the search engine the “deciding factor” in close races. Epstein’s study of three 2018 California House races found Google played the deciding role in flipping those Republican-held seats to the Democrats, influencing millions of undecided voters by controlling what they saw when they searched 500 election-related terms. Google’s results showed a “significant liberal bias,” unlike Bing’s or Yahoo’s – and with 90 percent of the search engine’s market share in the US, that bias is enormously influential.


Search results favoring one side of an issue can influence anywhere from 20 to 80 percent of undecided voters, depending on the issue and demographic group, Epstein said. He has spent six years investigating the role of what he calls the Search Engine Manipulation Effect (SEME) in swaying public opinion, more recently focusing on the political ramifications by looking at various countries’ elections.

“People trust algorithmic output. They trust Google. They think because it’s generated by a computer, they don’t see the human hand - they think it’s impartial and objective and, because of that, their opinions change,” Epstein said.'



Read More : Google flipped seats, shifted millions of votes to Dems in 2018 midterms, researcher tells RT



Icke





Last Edit by Larry
Webot for posting David Icke Articles and Videos,  read this post for criticism of my bias and limitations.
 

 

Powered by EzPortal