Here’s How Google & Facebook Threatens The Very Fabric Of Society

Google and Facebook are the two greatest enemies of the United States. They are the information warriors of the demented left, and actually, have more power that exceeds any other globalist.

Their primary goal is no longer profits or wealth because they have more of that than they could ever need. They have now moved on to political domination and they despise all the deplorables in fly-over country who think themselves.

 

 

GAR:

’The Creepy Line’ is a quote from a former CEO of Google who was describing just how far Google would go in their code of conduct. This documentary takes a deep look into the ways that Google and Facebook can control information and the national debate. For some time now you have been hearing conservatives complain about losing freedom of expression in the new social network town hall. Are you curious as to just how much these social media giants can control the national debate? As you read this you find yourself becoming very scared. More

TDC:

A documentary trailer released on YouTube Friday aims to expose how Facebook and Google not only exploit nearly every facet of their users’ lives for profit, but how they manipulate them, too.

“The war on your free will is already over,” a screen card reads during the trailer for “The Creepy Line.” More

People really need to get serious about this. And Big Tech must be regulated. Monopolies have always been regulated, especially when their sector is vital to our national interest.

Breitbart:

The new documentary The Creepy Line explores how the Masters of the Universe in Silicon Valley can utilize their platforms to suppress speech and undermine democracy — a topic of vital importance for elections in 2018, 2020, and beyond.

The Creepy Line is a new feature-length documentary that explores how Silicon Valley tech companies can use their vast influence to crack down on speech and undermine democracy. The film focuses specifically on Facebook and Google, and analyzes exactly what these companies do once they have unlimited access to user’s data. The film uses first-hand accounts, scientific experiments, and detailed analysis to explore the risks of allowing these two tech giants free reign over the personal information of millions of people.

The title of the documentary is lifted directly from the words of former Google CEO Eric Schmidt, when during an interview in 2010 he explained Google’s code of conduct: “The Google policy on a lot of things is to get right up to the creepy line and not cross it.”

The new feature-length documentary is directed by M.A. Taylor and features interviews with prominent figures such as Dr. Jordan Peterson, Dr. Robert Epstein of the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology and Peter Schweizer, President of the Government Accountability Institute and author of Clinton Cash. 

Breitbart News has reported extensively on the work of Dr. Robert Epstein and his analysis of large tech firms. One of Epstein’s reports has claimed that by returning negative search suggestions when searching the name of a political candidate, search engines like Google can shift the opinions of undecided voters by up to 43.4 percent. More

They poisoned the internet. We need to break them up under the anti-trust laws and/or have some common-sense regulations put in place on how they operate!

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Alicia F. Luke

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