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    Since Obama gave ICANN to the UN, global corporate censorship is in play. The loose ends are being cleaned up. Anything anti establishment will be considered hate speech as well as talks about race/religion/politics. Youtube/Facebook and such will use the "de-monitization" policy to coerce people into promoting their agendas or be cut off from money pool. And since most are useless greedy pieces of sh*t, they will conform and any dissension will be eliminated......

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeirX View Post
    My querying thoughtline is - if Google's motto is `do no evil`... isn't this dipping a toe across the line? People need to learn to think, to discern fact from fiction and how to discern a bull roar from bull crap[fart]. Moderating it for them just makes them further complacent, lazy, and more susceptible to sheeple-indoctrination, IMO.

    ...or maybe the better question is...is that still Google's motto?
    Dude you are waaaay behind the times. Google quietly abandoned "Don't be Evil" as a slogan years ago, in 2011 or something, and they have massively ramped up the personal data mining especially on Android. Their new slogan should be something like "You don't deserve any privacy, and if you want it, you are probably a bad person". If you care about your personal information you will keep your google footprint to an absolute minimum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waynetheman View Post


    Pretty close.
    Bing gives me "Hillary Clinton is for sale"....sounds about right.
    "It is an absolute truism that law-abiding, armed citizens pose no threat to other law-abiding citizens."

    Ammo, camo and things that go "blammo".

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    Quote Originally Posted by RangeBob View Post
    ...Young Turks (slightly liberal)...
    Slightly?

    More like drum-beating, effigy-burning, Kool-Aid-drinking, FULL-ON WEALTH-DISTRIBUTING PROGRESSIVES.
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    Censorship hurt Twitter pretty bad, and it'll do the same to Google. I'm still waiting for them to face an anti-trust breakup like Rockefeller went through.

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    So....if you were to google Justin's speeches, it would all be blacked out?

    Or is lying and dancing around the topic and being false, disingenuous, ie fake, not the same thing as reporting it to be lying disingenuous doublespeak?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swampdonkey View Post
    Censorship hurt Twitter pretty bad, and it'll do the same to Google. I'm still waiting for them to face an anti-trust breakup like Rockefeller went through.
    You'll be waiting a long time. Google is in the software business they don't have a monopoly, there are plenty of search engines, webmail, video streaming, online apps and services that people could use they just choose not too. If they were to face any real scrutiny it would be the android platform where they obviously could always point to apple. I would say that corporations have also gotten a lot better and become more subtle at manipulating congress since Rockefeller's day.

    I'm more interested in what's going to happen with the Time-Warner merger sale.

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    There's too much information and not enough people. They will have to employ some really good AI. Even with that, they won't win. They may do some damage and then damage control. But they're big, not omnipotent.

    Screw google! It sucks! Google can go to hell and stay there! Google is evil incarnate and have sex with hillary, nancy pelosi, diane feinstein and climate barbie!!

    See if they filter that.
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