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Old 12-12-2018, 12:52 AM   #1
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Default Google CEO Pichai lies to congress about tracking location of users

SUNDAR PICHAI LIES TO CONGRESS ABOUT GOOGLE TRACKING LOCATION OF USERS
Falsely claims users can opt out

Google CEO Sundar Pichai lied to Congress during testimony today when he claimed that users could opt out of Google’s location tracking services, a claim that the Associated Press previously found to be false.

During his appearance in front of the the House Judiciary committee for a hearing entitled: Transparency & Accountability: Examining Google and its Data Collection, Use and Filtering Practices, Pichai claimed that users had control of what information Google stored about them.

“For Google services, you have a choice of what information is collected, and we make it transparent,” Pichai said, adding, “We give clear toggles, by category, where they can decide whether that information is collected, stored, or – more importantly – if they decide to stop using it.”

However, this is categorically untrue.
As an investigation by the Associated Press back in August confirmed, Google is tracking the location of its users even when the location tracking option is turned off.

“An Associated Press investigation found that many Google services on Android devices and iPhones store your location data even if you’ve used a privacy setting that says it will prevent Google from doing so,” the news agency reported.

https://www.infowars.com/sundar-pich...tion-of-users/
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HUMAN RIGHTS GROUPS FIRE BROADSIDE AT GOOGLE
Over 60 groups accuse Google of facilitating repressive state censorship

More than 60 human rights groups are now taking aim at Google over its development of a censored search engine custom made for China.

The groups say that Google has downplayed concerns over Dragonfly, the search engine project designed to restrict information on human rights and other subjects forbidden by the Chinese government.

According to The Intercept:

A prototype for the censored search engine was designed to blacklist broad categories of information about human rights, democracy, and peaceful protest. It would link Chinese users’ searches to their personal cellphone number and store people’s search records inside the data centers of a Chinese company in Beijing or Shanghai, which would be accessible to China’s authoritarian Communist Party government.

If the plan proceeds, “there is a real risk that Google would directly assist the Chinese government in arresting or imprisoning people simply for expressing their views online, making the company complicit in human rights violations,” the human rights groups wrote in a letter that will be sent to Google’s leadership on Tuesday.

The letter, written by groups from all over the world, doesn’t mince words:
New details leaked to the media strongly suggest that if Google launches such a product it would facilitate repressive state censorship, surveillance, and other violations affecting nearly a billion people in China. Media reports state that Google has built a prototype that censors “blacklisted” search terms including “human rights,” “student protest” and “Nobel Prize,” including in journalistic concerns, and links users’ search queries to personal phone numbers. The app would also force users to sign in to use the service, track and store location information and search histories, and provide “unilateral access” to such data to an unnamed Chinese joint venture company, in line with China’s data localization law – allowing the government virtually unfettered access to this information.

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Old 12-12-2018, 05:31 AM   #3
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Sadly the majority of puppets using google,etc DO NOT CARE THAT EVERY ASPECT OF THIER LIVES ARE BEING RECORDED!!!!!!!
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