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Google and the NWO

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posted on Mar, 21 2009 @ 04:56 AM
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Speaking strictly from a business point of view, why would google want to keep a personality list on you ? The easiest and most noticeable reason as to why google is buying out facebook and yahoo is simply to establish a unique monopoly over the internet in order to keep a steady income of funds. They don't want anyone beating, they basically don't want to let what Microsoft has done which is allowing Mac to grow. Google is ontop and they want to stay there. It has nothing to do with recording your searches.

If you think about it, they could log every post a person wrote on any forum if they wanted to but why would they ? why waste their time ? To them we are not important and what would they get out of saving our searches ? For all they know our friend's could have been the ones searching on the internet. A whole family could be using one computer. logically its both inaccurate and unneeded.

If you are untrackable, untraceable or under the radar then that's all you are. A normal person, no one knows who you are or what you do because it doesn't matter to them. If you had power, if you had money, if you had the things they were looking for then everyone would know who you are. Just as how everyone knows what facebook is.




posted on Mar, 21 2009 @ 06:17 AM
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Speaking strictly from a business point of view, why would google want to keep a personality list on you ?

You really can't see why this would be useful from a business point of view?


Sure what you point out is a possible goal for their recent acquisitions, but isn't it likely that they have more than a single goals? And more than one method for achieving these goals?

Amazons regularly sends me suggestions based on my past buying habits and what I add to my wishlist. I don't mind it, I find it quite useful. I'm sure they find it useful as well. (it has resulted in several sales) Google is playing around with a service called Google Recommendations.


[edit on 21/3/09 by ConspiracyNut23]



posted on Mar, 21 2009 @ 06:21 AM
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I think the business elements of this issue is immaterial.

It is the same as the issue we had a while back with AT&T, where the government forced AT&T to hand over domestic phone records under the FISA statue. That was done absent the appropriate FISA legal review (the review was done after the fact).

The issue here is that the data in and of itself is potentially valuable to the government for all sorts of purposes. As a business, Google will certainly attempt to integrate the data for the purposes of making money. In so doing they will create an asset that could be used by the government to track citizens and correlate data points to attempt to intrepret behaivor. I actually don't care what purpose the government or anyone would choose to use the information. The fact that they have the information to use is what troubles me. Having the information in one place is not a good thing. Having some of the smartest people out there figuring out way to build the infrastructure and develop the logic and how to manipulate it is a worse thing. The government would never be able to competently manage and manipulate this data. Google can.

An example, albiet a very minor one happened a while back with a major grocery chain (I think it was Safeway). A gent fell in their store and hurt his back and sued the store because he slipped on something in the isle. The store determined he was a rewards/loyal customer and had a rewards card. They accessed the data and discovered that the gent bought a lot of beer. They used that information in the lawsuit, claiming that he most likely fell because he was drunk. His lawyers made that public and they settled and appologized.

Again, a small example, but I firmly believe that having this information in the hands of one entity and one with ties to the government is simply not a good idea. Other data points could easily be aggregated with this data as well. Credit card purchase records, GPS data from your car (this is already being used in rental cars to issue penalities for speeding), any manner of data.

Its just not a good idea and the fact that they are a commercial enterprise will drive them to find innovative ways to correlate the data. It is easy to envision where this correlated data could become a "national security" asset. Not a good thing



posted on Mar, 21 2009 @ 10:00 AM
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Woa,
I went to sleep last night and woke up with 2 pages!
Damn,
I was checking out my house and familys houses today on Street view,
There cars are even their.
If you just look around town or whatever, you can see people faces - even though they're meant to be blurred and the cars license plates are there.
Some crazy stuff.
I'm gonna move to the country, they haven't got street view on rural areas yet!
Not long before they do though.
Thanks
Jacob



posted on Mar, 21 2009 @ 02:16 PM
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Originally posted by dolphinfan
reply to post by Akutski
 


I think the business elements of this issue is immaterial.

It is the same as the issue we had a while back with AT&T, where the government forced AT&T to hand over domestic phone records under the FISA statue. That was done absent the appropriate FISA legal review (the review was done after the fact).

The issue here is that the data in and of itself is potentially valuable to the government for all sorts of purposes. As a business, Google will certainly attempt to integrate the data for the purposes of making money. In so doing they will create an asset that could be used by the government to track citizens and correlate data points to attempt to intrepret behaivor. I actually don't care what purpose the government or anyone would choose to use the information. The fact that they have the information to use is what troubles me. Having the information in one place is not a good thing. Having some of the smartest people out there figuring out way to build the infrastructure and develop the logic and how to manipulate it is a worse thing. The government would never be able to competently manage and manipulate this data. Google can.

An example, albiet a very minor one happened a while back with a major grocery chain (I think it was Safeway). A gent fell in their store and hurt his back and sued the store because he slipped on something in the isle. The store determined he was a rewards/loyal customer and had a rewards card. They accessed the data and discovered that the gent bought a lot of beer. They used that information in the lawsuit, claiming that he most likely fell because he was drunk. His lawyers made that public and they settled and appologized.

Again, a small example, but I firmly believe that having this information in the hands of one entity and one with ties to the government is simply not a good idea. Other data points could easily be aggregated with this data as well. Credit card purchase records, GPS data from your car (this is already being used in rental cars to issue penalities for speeding), any manner of data.

Its just not a good idea and the fact that they are a commercial enterprise will drive them to find innovative ways to correlate the data. It is easy to envision where this correlated data could become a "national security" asset. Not a good thing


You made a really good point there dolphinfan. However, isn't there some kind of act against business holding such information ? They have to get an approval out of you and make you aware of what information they are holding and what they intend to do with it.



posted on Mar, 21 2009 @ 03:25 PM
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i just typed this into google.


i hate you big brother and i know your watching me

maybe if we all type little messages like this into google they would know that we're onto them. like a google protest online!



posted on Mar, 21 2009 @ 04:05 PM
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You could almost apply that to Google as well a while ago. I don't remember everything, but I do remember last year (or maybe 2007?) there was a big deal about how somebody (some type of government offical) wanted Google to hand over the names (or IP addresses) of people who had searched for child porn. He wanted to use the info to charge people with possesion of child porn. Either a lot of people threw a fit about privacy issues or Google wouldn't hand over the information for some reason, because as far as I know, nothing has come up about it lately.



posted on Mar, 21 2009 @ 04:07 PM
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We can only be enslaved by what we love. Humanity loves Google.

[edit on 21-3-2009 by Skyfloating]



posted on Mar, 22 2009 @ 07:48 AM
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Hey - thats exactly my point. How you know that they have'nt turned the information over and are quietly picking these folks up or at least monitoring them?



posted on Mar, 22 2009 @ 07:51 AM
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Unfortunately there is not. Folks have been pressing for "opt-in" clauses with firms like Google, but those policies are up to the firm to implement. In addition, the fact that the COULD get the information makes it possible for the government to insist that the begin to collect it and hand it over.



posted on Mar, 22 2009 @ 12:35 PM
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Agreed that google does know everything about you.
I do not think though however that the NWO has direct control over google but I do think they must have a little and easily can get and use the information from google.
We live in a world where everything we do is being watched and scrutinized over.
And Yes if you do not do anything, fly under the radar, and such you should be good. That also means though we wont be doing anything to stop them and it will be easier for them to go along with their plans.
Definitely difficult decisions fro us to make now and in the future as well.



posted on Mar, 22 2009 @ 09:36 PM
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When all businesses are finally nationalized, the information Google has on us all will be very valuable to our new Socialist fuhrer(s). It's going to be a lot more convenient for the to have a (now) private organization gather all that information and then just nationalize the company. Saves massive amounts of time writing and passing bills to give them the authority to gather that data.

TheAssociate



posted on Mar, 23 2009 @ 12:58 PM
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Yeah, surely they can make some good out of having details on everyone, but Humanity generally isn't particularly nice or good willed. Think of everything bad they could do with it.
Jacob



posted on Mar, 23 2009 @ 01:00 PM
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Whats next, a religion based on google?
Oh wait, there is one...
The church of google
www.thechurchofgoogle.org...



posted on Mar, 23 2009 @ 01:05 PM
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OMG,
That is crazy,
Who the ---- worships Google?
I can't believe it haha

That made me laugh,
Thanks
Jacob



posted on Mar, 23 2009 @ 01:06 PM
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Just go to the page and check out the 9 facts.
Its pretty funny.
And harmless, i assure you.




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