Larry Page and Sergey Brin seem like cool and nice guys, nobody would “keyword” them as psychopaths. They may be greedy capitalists hellbent on dominating the internet and now the world via Alphabet but seriously, they couldn’t be psychopaths right? It is not possible right? They are normal and mentally healthy intelligent guys and they are just here to make our world a better place. Cross your fingers.
Well, if you have seen the series documentary entitled “Ancients Behaving Badly”, you can tell that some successful people can become psychopaths. Caligula made his horse a consul just to make a point. Will Page make a penguin or a panda their CEO soon? You can also google this phrase “famous psycopaths” and you’re in for a treat. Or Google can basically manipulate the results and put Crebs Park on top because we are attacking them. Or they could put your name there too.
With how Google stalks you day and night and getting to know your very intimate details, you must have some sort of protection and also do something about the status quo. You need to help tame this hungry and fierce giant before they pull something crazy. As a starting point, use other search engines and level the playing field. That’s right. You read it right. You are just giving Google way too much power that’s why their heads are getting bigger and bigger. Best Google Alternatives
You need to do your part. Right now, you are working for Google for free. You are a gear, we are all gears in their big money machine. With their power, they will abuse. History teaches us time and time again how too much power can corrupt people.
You must be afraid, we all should be very afraid of the direction that Google is taking. A more competitive internet is much better than a monopoly. It’s a no-brainer.
What do genius psychopaths do? The possibilities are endless and the fear is real.
Here are some news articles you need to check out about Google:
Spying and storing: Assange says ‘Google works like NSA’ – read
“Google’s business model is the spy. It makes more than 80 percent of its money by collecting information about people, pooling it together, storing it, indexing it, building profiles of people to predict their interests and behavior, and then selling those profiles principally to advertisers, but also others,” Assange told BBC.
Google eavesdropping tool installed on computers without permission – read
“Without consent, Google’s code had downloaded a black box of code that – according to itself – had turned on the microphone and was actively listening to your room,” said Rick Falkvinge, the Pirate party founder, in a blog post. “Which means that your computer had been stealth configured to send what was being said in your room to somebody else, to a private company in another country, without your consent or knowledge, an audio transmission triggered by … an unknown and unverifiable set of conditions.”
Search and be searched.