Google: Alternatives

David Pierce Table: “Personal Technology: Outside the Google Bubble, Digital Life Is Fine: Table: Free or Equally Prices Alternatives Are Available For All Google Services”, in Wall Street Journal, May 9, 2018. p. B12. Google services: Competing services) > Youtube: Vimeo. Google Photos: Apple Photos. Google Home: Amazon Echo. Google Docs: Dropbox Paper. Youtube TV: […]

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Google Intervenes in Elections: Three Documents

I think this might represent a couple of billion dollars worth of excessive campaign contributions by Google. [Summary] “Google Is Labeling A Trump-Supporting Republican State Senator A ‘BIGOT’”, in VICE News, June 1, 2018. Trudy Wade (https://www.trudywade.com/). Trudy Wade is a Republican state senator from North Carolina and an enthusiastic supporter of President Trump. But […]

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Logic Amen Advocates School Shootings, But In a Nice Way and On His Own Time

[partial lyrics] Give me a reason just to load up a rifle Pull the alarm in the lobby of my high school Leave the halls bloody like a high noon typhoon I’m about to cancel Christmas I won’t leave a freaking’ witness ===== [summary] VIDEO: Assistant Principal Says He’s Trying To Send Message Through Rap […]

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Facebook Launches More Changes To Stop You From Seeing Blue Lives Matter

Blue Lives Matter is a very interesting news source and provides much news you wll never hear otherwise. That is, a prime target for Facebook censorship. Facebook Launches More Changes To Stop You From Seeing Blue Lives Matter. Blue Lives Matter, January 30, 2018. https://www.themaven.net/bluelivesmatter/news/fb-launches-more-changes-to-stop-you-from-seeing-blue-lives-matter-Skws2jQ2RUWBi3WfhyB_lw Facebook cut Blue Lives Matter articles even more this week, […]

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Are Massive Data Breaches A Policy Instrument?

The first story is about a massive data breach under the Obama Administration: personal informational and files on all whistleblowers at the Department of Homeland security and beyond.  The second story is about the purchase of an American company by a Chinese company: Such acquisitions always require approval of the Administration and the Committee of […]

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