June 12th, 2012

Google’s history of anti-social social networks and anti-trust trust relations that deceptively breach online consumer privacy and trust has already begun to threaten its longstanding web hegemony and its vaunted brand. Now the company’s repeatedly defensive and dishonest responses to charges that its specially equipped Street View cars surreptitiously collected private internet communications—including emails, photographs, passwords, chat messages, and postings on websites and social networks—could signal a tipping point.


  1. joshunda reblogged this from donnellalexander and added:
    I co-sign what Donnell said. & I don’t know what to do with this info since I use Google everything all the time. Hm.
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    They literally Googled your balls while you were busy Facebooking.
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    Danyel, your Tumblr is one of my favorites.
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