Tuesday, April 6, 2010

The Last Days of Google



There was a time when Internet services providers claimed to be concerned with their customer's privacy. Yet as the Internet evolved, it became increasingly apparent that this was furthest from the truth.




Companies such as Google even produced animated videos in an attempt to pacify their users with cartoonish explanations of optional privacy features, portrayed as privileges - not rights.

However when damning evidence surfaced in 2010 that every major internet corporation was actively collecting and distributing citizen data, contradicting their published privacy policies, the world Internet community reacted by migrating to open-source, free, decentralized, and distributed systems.

In Google's case, most employees were shocked when they discovered the extent of their complicity with "black ops" and "psychological ops" research divisions controlled by the military industrial complexes of the world governments.

Many employees left Google, forming their own startups to combat what they had unwittingly created.

Today the internet is a different place where peer-to-peer technology guarantees your privacy by it's implicit nature. Because your computer's software is almost certainly, by now, 100% open-source, you can trust that it functions the way it seems that it should - and if it doesnt, you are free to change it.

Archiving the entire site on several non-google networks. Just in case ;-)

seeAlso:
Don't Be Evil Until You Own the Internet

The Last Days of Google



There was a time when Internet services providers claimed to be concerned with their customer's privacy. Yet as the Internet evolved, it became increasingly apparent that this was furthest from the truth.




Companies such as Google even produced animated videos in an attempt to pacify their users with cartoonish explanations of optional privacy features, portrayed as privileges - not rights.

However when damning evidence surfaced in 2010 that every major internet corporation was actively collecting and distributing citizen data, contradicting their published privacy policies, the world Internet community reacted by migrating to open-source, free, decentralized, and distributed systems.

In Google's case, most employees were shocked when they discovered the extent of their complicity with "black ops" and "psychological ops" research divisions controlled by the military industrial complexes of the world governments.

Many employees left Google, forming their own startups to combat what they had unwittingly created.

Today the internet is a different place where peer-to-peer technology guarantees your privacy by it's implicit nature. Because your computer's software is almost certainly, by now, 100% open-source, you can trust that it functions the way it seems that it should - and if it doesnt, you are free to change it.

Archiving the entire site on several non-google networks. Just in case ;-)

seeAlso:
Don't Be Evil Until You Own the Internet

The Last Days of Google



There was a time when Internet services providers claimed to be concerned with their customer's privacy. Yet as the Internet evolved, it became increasingly apparent that this was furthest from the truth.




Companies such as Google even produced animated videos in an attempt to pacify their users with cartoonish explanations of optional privacy features, portrayed as privileges - not rights.

However when damning evidence surfaced in 2010 that every major internet corporation was actively collecting and distributing citizen data, contradicting their published privacy policies, the world Internet community reacted by migrating to open-source, free, decentralized, and distributed systems.

In Google's case, most employees were shocked when they discovered the extent of their complicity with "black ops" and "psychological ops" research divisions controlled by the military industrial complexes of the world governments.

Many employees left Google, forming their own startups to combat what they had unwittingly created.

Today the internet is a different place where peer-to-peer technology guarantees your privacy by it's implicit nature. Because your computer's software is almost certainly, by now, 100% open-source, you can trust that it functions the way it seems that it should - and if it doesnt, you are free to change it.

Archiving the entire site on several non-google networks. Just in case ;-)

seeAlso:
Don't Be Evil Until You Own the Internet

My Riddles

Dear Antz Particleion Is Hacking your Universe (live)

I will give your universe/Mind back to you if you answer my riddles.

Call your answers in!

(305) 735-9490

A) Is your universe real?

B) Are you real?

C) Who currently has {source}?

D) What is {Root}?

When you got the answer email it to

Key.universe@gmail.com

and I will give you back your universe assuming your right ;-)

Rules subject to change but will be posted.

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! It will be Billions of years till I let you just have it... Till then I urge you try to get your key back.