SteveB

Time to Step Up’

Politicians React to Google’s Demonetization Threat to the Federalist, ZeroHedge

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Buck
Funny how liberals behave exactly like they accuse others of being.
But being a hypocrite is the first badge a liberal must earn!
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RMM
Google is pure bad news!  Use Startpage or other anonymous search engines..... DON'T use Gmail.
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BillB

Google — A Dictator Unlike Anything the World Has Ever Known

STORY AT-A-GLANCE 

  • Robert Epstein is a Harvard trained psychologist who has exposed how Google is manipulating public opinion through their search engine so they can change the results of elections and many other important areas 
  • His research shows how Google is using new techniques of manipulation that have never existed before in human history. If this weren’t bad enough, these tools are ephemeral and leave no paper trail of their devious behavior
  • According to Epstein’s calculations, Google can shift 15 million votes leading up to the upcoming U.S. presidential 2020 election
  • Because Google has become and everyday tool that's used for more than 90% of searches worldwide, the company has likely determined the outcomes of 25% of the national elections in the world
  • Search suggestions — shown in a drop-down menu when you begin to type a search term — is another powerful manipulation tool capable of turning a 50/50 split among undecided voters into a 90/10 split, with no one having the slightest idea that they've been manipulated
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SteveB

HOW CAN YOU SAFEGUARD YOUR GMAIL INBOX?

Google has responded to a troubling investigation into the data privacy practices of its Gmail email client with a series of tips for users to keep their accounts secure.  

Director of Security, Trust and Privacy at Google Cloud, Suzanne Frey shared a blog post in which she admitted it was common for third-party developers to read the contents of users' Gmail messages if they had been granted the permissions to do so – one of the primary allegations of the investigation.

Frey also revealed three simple tips for users who wanted to restrict the access third-party developers had in their private inbox. 

Here is how to control how much non-Google apps can see —

1. Use the Security Checkup tool

To access this users must go to their account and click on the squares in the top right hand corner

To access this users must go to their account and click on the squares in the top right hand corner

To access this, users need to navigate to their account and click on the squares in the top right hand corner. 

Then click on 'Account' in the dropdown menu.

Click on 'Security Checkup'. This enables users to see how many devices are signed into the account and whether there have been any security issues detected in the past 28 days.

It also shows a user's sign-in and recovery method as well as how many third-party apps have access to data. 

If there are apps no longer being used, Google suggested they should be removed to avoid potential privacy concerns.

2. Review permissions

Gmail users should review their permissions before granting access to non-Google applications.

If an app wants to access a user's Google account it will list what aspects of the service it wants to access – for example to read, send, delete and manage emails.

Users can then decide whether to allow the application access to their Gmail account.

3. View and control permissions

To access this option, users need to navigate to their account and click on the squares in the top right hand corner.

Click 'Account' in the dropdown menu, then 'Apps with account access'.

This allows users to keep track of which apps or services have permission to access a user's accounts. Users can remove any they no longer trust.

It also lets users look at saved passwords and which ones Google Smart Lock has permission to remember. 

If there are any that look untrustworthy or outdated they can be removed.

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ThePlainTruth
Conservative Google Engineer: Company Dominated by ‘Outrage Mobs and Witch Hunts’

Google Engineer: Company Dominated by ‘Outrage Mobs and Witch Hunts’…

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WS

Google has been keeping track of your shopping via Gmail for YEARS despite promising 'privacy for everyone' 

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Bizarrely, this information is already available to people, although most are probably unaware because the 'Purchases' function is largely unknown.

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EMAILEDToThePlainTruth

How to stop Facebook, Apple and Google tracking your every move: The tweaks you can make to your phone to stay private

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A Stanford University experts say users should 'take ownership' over what they share with these firms as more and more hi-tech privacy issues emerge.

The Plain Truth!
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tammybarney
Bokhari: Don’t Regulate Google, Says Google-Funded National Review Editor

Bokhari: Don’t Regulate Google, Says Google-Funded National Review Editor 

…Doesn’t Disclose in Politico Article

Tammy Barney

2 Chronicles 7:14                

If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.
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tammybarney

Google moved $23 BILLION to Bermuda in 2017 as part of tax avoidance schemes in the US, the UK and the EU, labeled a 'Double Irish, Dutch Sandwich', new filings show

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Google moved a whopping $22.7billion through a Dutch shell company to Bermuda in 2017 to avoid playing taxes in a tax evasion move called a 'Double Irish, Dutch Sandwich'.

Tammy Barney

2 Chronicles 7:14                

If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.
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BobBarney
Report: Google Hasn’t Halted ‘Project Dragonfly,’ Continues to Devote ‘Substantial’ Resources

Masters of China: Google Hasn’t Halted ‘Project Dragonfly’ Communist Search Engine…

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…Even Establishment Tech Press Fed Up with Google

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BobBarney
ALSO: 

Raging fire erupts from the roof of Google's office in China's Silicon Valley and causes employees to evacuate from the Beijing office block

  • A blaze broke out on the roof of a Google office in China on Wednesday 
  • The fire was reported at 11am at Tower B of Raycom Infotech Park in Beijing's Silicon Valley the Zhongguancun tech district
  • The raging flames sent giant plumes of black smoke in the air
  • Firefighters were called to the scene and successfully extinguished the flames
  • Google employees were evacuated then allowed to re-enter the building
A blaze broke out on the roof of a Google office in China around 11am on Wednesday afternoon
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topnurse
Google Shuts Down Advertising Campaign of Toronto Mayoral Candidate Faith Goldy Before Election

Google Shuts Down Advertising for Conservative Candidate

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MADASHELL
NOW READ MY LIPS: A NEW WORLD ORDER..    NOW STOP IT!  BACK TRUMP
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BobBarney

Google's secret plan to censor the internet: Giant wants tech companies to police what users post, leaked report reveals

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An 85-page document, leaked by an employee of the San Francisco firm, blames a number of reasons for the 'erosion' of free speech online, including harassment, racism and bullying

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MADASHELL
NEVER USE GOOGLE-- Use STARTPAGE
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ThePlainTruth
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SHOCKING LEAKED VIDEO: GOOGLE LEADERS DISMAYED BY TRUMP WIN AT CONFERENCE

Leadership openly devastated by Hillary Clinton's 2016 election loss in internal meeting

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ThePlainTruth

How Google 'paid millions to Mastercard to track credit card spending' to find out whether people are being successfully influenced by its online adverts

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The multi-million dollar agreement between Google and Mastercard has purportedly been in operation for the last 12 months, with neither company informing customers of the tracking.

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Unregistered
EVIL!   THE BEAST

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ThePlainTruth
Donald Trump: Google, Facebook, and Twitter ‘Better Be Careful’

Trump Vows to Defend Citizens from Masters of the Universe!

Google, Facebook, Twitter ‘Have It RIGGED’

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topnurse
Turns out Google tracks you more than Facebook!
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tammybarney

Sex, drugs and coding: New book lifts the lid on Google's VERY politically incorrect early days, including the 'harems of attractive women kept by co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin'

Sex, drugs and coding:  The wild early days of Google

Charlie Ayers, the first chef at Google's cafeteria, opened up about the company's drug-fueled parties and the 'harem' of 'hot girls' who surrounded founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin. 'Larry and Sergey had like this gaggle of girls who were hot, and all become like their little harem of admins, I call them the L&S Harem,' he said in Valley of Genius - which reveals the 'uncensored' story of the wild west days in Silicon Valley - as told by the hackers, founders, and 'freaks who made it boom.' 'All those girls are now different heads of departments in that company, years later,' he said.

Tammy Barney

2 Chronicles 7:14                

If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.
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Tamster
APPLEAMAZONGOOGLE Brace for Privacy Regulations...
"Stand with anybody that stands RIGHT. Stand with him while he is right and PART with him when he goes wrong." --Abraham Lincoln
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Any people anywhere, being inclined and having the power, have the right to rise up, and shake off the existing government, and form a new one that suits them better. This is a most valuable - a most sacred right - a right, which we hope and believe, is to liberate the world.

Abraham Lincoln
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BillB

Google’s Monopoly Threatens Economic And Political Competitors

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tammybarney

Is Google manipulating autocomplete results to favor Clinton? Report shows search engine's bias and how negative suggestions about Hillary are removed

[3824E87700000578-0-image-a-23_1473701952718] Research psychologist Robert Epstein estimated that biased suggestions could shift up to three million votes in the upcoming November election in an article explaining his
Tammy Barney

2 Chronicles 7:14                

If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.
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BobBarney
120130google                                                                                                                                       

SURFIN' SAFARI

How Google knows everything about you

Exclusive: Andrea Shea King startled by Internet giant's flippant violations of privacy

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BobBarney

They Know What? Google's Omniscience Causes Some Concern

                       

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Google’s CEO once said the company wants to know more about you than you know about you. It looks like the search engine giant may not be far from reaching that goal.

                                                                               

With applications including Google Finance, Google Translate, Google Earth, Google Images – just to name a few – Google is emerging as a "Big Brother-ish" trove of information with limitless access to our personal lives, raising some serious concerns.

                                                       

Take Google’s simple Web search engine, for starters. Consumers who use Google to find fast facts and answers to questions are giving the company a database of information. The company tracks all search words, storing each entry for up to a year and a half.

                                                       

"As Google knows more about us, it has a greater ability to control our activity, to try to direct us to things that Google wants us to do," said Marc Rotenberg of the Electronic Privacy Information Center.

                                                       

LIVESHOTS: What Google Knows About You.

                                                       

Users of Gmail, Google’s e-mail system, offer the company even more personal information. The company's computers scan all e-mail sent and received on the site, and Google uses the words contained in the e-mail messages to tailor the pop-up ads featured on the site to each individual consumer.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
                                                                                       

"It's just creepy," Charlie Heffernan, a Gmail user, said. "Somebody is reading the content of my e-mail to discover what I'm talking about."

                                                       

There's more. Google may know your address, where you drive and — if you sign up for Google Health — the personal information on your health records. Sound a bit extreme?

                                                       

It turns out it’s par for the course with the giant search engines, and Christine Chen, a Google spokesperson, said individual users' information isn't being combed over by the companies employees.

                                                       

"This is basically all done by computer, there are no humans that ever read this and this is the same technology that's also used to prevent spam," Chen said.

                                                                                       

Google can provide such a wide range of services to consumers precisely because it can sell so many ads. It can sell so many ads because it knows its consumers so well.

                                                       

But Google's omniscience is raising eyebrows, even attracting the attention of lawmakers in Washington. Congress, taking a closer look at Google’s seemingly endless access, held a round of hearings last month on whether the consumer should be able to opt out of such arguably invasive practices.

                                                       

So, will it happen? You can probably follow the progress on Google.

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