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Why is Google Suppressing Information Online?


Search engine giant Google, part of Alphabet Inc, has seized a corporate monopoly over the search and display of information on the worldwide web. From 2016, Google began their plan to manipulate key word searches in order to "limit access" to controversial analysis and opinion, while promoting information from 'established' mainstream outlets. Does Google have the right to decide which information is 'true' and which information is not?

Facebook in new privacy row over facial recognition feature

Social network turns on new feature to automatically identify people in photos, raising questions about privacy implications of the service – By Charles Arthur Guardian June 8, 2011 Facebook has come under fire for quietly expanding the availability of technology to automatically identify people in photos, renewing concerns about its privacy practices. The feature, which the giant […]

NET TRENDS: Strangling of the Free Internet Begins

Matt Ryan Infowars.com March 22, 2011 AT&T’s pending acquisition of T-Mobile USA has the tech world buzzing with various pros and cons of what this merging would mean for the consumer. Among the pros are the possibility of having a single mobile standard (4G LTE) and a market where phones aren’t restricted to a single carrier. […]

Road To Damascus: Sheriff Google and Deputy Facebook Skidaddle To Syria

Cochise Johnson | Banking cartels need it busted up, ready for them to dash in and save.

THE ARAB SPRING: Behind the Scenes of a 21st Century Revolution

Tony Cartalucci | It’s Color Revolution 2.0 – run directly out of US State Department, with the support of corporate America.