Authoritarianism has emerged in Silicon Valley
Google no longer helps you find what you are truly looking for. Instead, they now customize results to satisfy their wants and needs. Individual results might vary.
Google’s audacious tyranny, which includes censorship, surveillance, and mind control, is accelerating at a wicked clip. It’s hard to keep up.
The planet’s leading search engine has stealthily infiltrated areas/sectors of our society, including elections, news, finances, and health, not to mention your mind, all the while ‘vacuuming‘ and usurping data, to become a megalithic repository.
Let’s take a trip down memory lane back to 2019.
Google’s parent company Alphabet acquired FitBit for a cool $2.1 billion, adding it to the other 200 companies it owns.
The Wall Street Journal reports via an anonymous ‘source’ within Google that the company has been accessing millions of patients’ health data alongside Ascension, the largest Catholic health system in the world, without patient consent.
The deal between Google and Ascension authorizing the data transfer was formally signed hours after The Wall Street Journal broke the story.
The same day, Ascension put out a notification stating that there was no breach of data and that their collaboration is (somehow) entirely compliant with The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulations of 1996 (more on this later).
The Wall Street Journal reports that attorney generals representing 48 states, as well as the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, announced the opening of a sweeping antitrust investigation into Google.
The Guardian published an opinion piece titled “I’m the Google whistleblower. The medical data of millions of Americans is at risk.”