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This is the sort of power that we wouldn't grant to even the most benevolent or pragmatic person, so why has America allowed a corporation such...
Will Google be searching your keystroke history for terms that may link you to a hate crime in "your area"? And what exactly does Google think that "your...
here has been no denial of the audio's authenticity from the liberal demi-gods at Google.
Despite those who feel that women should be allowed the freedom to travel without checking in with their men first, Google has said that it will...
At what point does the First Amendment yield to the whims of a private company operating in the United States?
Giving our behavioral data to companies with this grand a scope will likely never be completely safe, but this is beyond reproach.
Google already has two black eyes this week. Now they're reeling from a gut-punch.
This is simply un-American, unconstitutional, and DIRTY.
Google thought they were too big to get caught. They thought wrong.
Well this is embarrassing.
Google's unkempt and unrepentant oppression of diverse thinking should be criminal.
It seems as though, in the case of Google's mass censorship, it was less of theory and more of a conspiracy.
Is the other shoe set to drop in the story of Google's unchecked power?
Are we comfortable with information being hoarded by companies who are too big to care about impartiality?