So it's Google against the rest of the world huh? Now THAT'S a fight worth watching. Put it on pay-per-view and I'm there.
In a way I'm glad this is coming to light. This is my take on it. Governments are trying to reign in the internet because it has more power then they
do. Google in particular. What people need to realize is that Google data mines for business purposes only. Governments are taking this personally.
They want the power Google has because governments have control issues and Google has business issues. I hope people can see this now.
You think Google has power now? If we stand alongside them with the technical expertise we have along with theirs, there's nothing any government can
do to stop us. Remember, computers in general and Google in particular are only as powerful and technical as the people who make it so. People in
Government positions are there because that's their area of expertise. The founders of things like Google, Facebook and other types of social media
that governments are trying to censor are where they're at because that's THEIR area of expertise. We have the leg up on our competition,
Governments, and we need to make sure it stays that way.
The best way to do that is to remember, again, that Google does what it does for business purposes. They're not trying to snoop into your lives to
take away your personal freedoms. That's the Governments' "job" and that fact should be glaringly obvious with this news story. What more proof do
One more thing to prove my point. Back in the '50's when the only people who had computers were militaries and governments, Us and Russia mainly,
they were the ones with the expertise. They were the ones with the power. They made the computers and the systems that ran them so it just went to
figure. That's not the case anymore. Somewhere along the way they let the cat out of bag. What was once a powerful dog became a monster because other
people got involved with the technology that was once reserved for a select few. From what I've gathered through reputable second hand news, my
father was one of those select few via the Air Force. But even back then it was mainly satellite communications, the internet didn't really take hold
until the 80's. But when it did, it wasn't the military that did it. It was private individuals and the military didn't even see it coming. If they
did it probably appeared as some sort of mirage to them that they neither took seriously nor understood the size and scope of. That shortsightedness,
something specific that happened in 1964 really, was what let the cat out of the bag so to speak and now it's to the point where they won't be able
to stop it.
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They want to, that's for sure and obvious now, but wanting something and getting it are two different things.
Again, the collective minds of private individuals such as us and the people who invented and perfected the very programs that Governments are now
trying to stop, are greater than the collective minds of the people trying to stop us. It should be self-evident at this point that you can't stop
something you didn't make. It's like trying to stop a runaway train. TPTB don't like what they see coming down the tracks at them, but they didn't
make the train and they certainly make the capabilities that the train has.
We did. They may have made the blueprints back in the '40's and 50's, but WE put the nuts and bolts on later in the game
And to put it bluntly, TPTB are going to get run the f*** over if they try to stop this train as long as we the people remain behind the controls.
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