Quote: Originally Posted by Google Propaganda
"We remain committed to data liberation so if you want to take your information elsewhere, you can,"
So they're admitting they are taking data by force and holding it captive in the first place? If not, then why does it need to be 'liberated'?
To be fair, Google says it offers its users plenty of ways to retain their privacy
What they say and how it is are two very separate things. There may be 'plenty of ways', but good luck finding it in the first place.
I still can't get over the audacity
of Google propaganda claiming what they are doing is a good thing.
Imagine turning on the Television to be greeted by:
"Hi Dale, you know that impotence problem you've been discussing with your Doctor? The good news is we've checked your bank account and if you decide to finance through CantAffordtheRepayments Ltd, you can afford that Motto Guizzi motorbike your wife won't let you have. You can use your new bike to ride to the Pharmacy and buy KeepMeHard pills with your new credit card!"
"Hello Susan. You know that chaffing you experience during intercourse with your lover that only you and he know about? The good news is we know too! And if you join Alibi4Me they can supply you with alibis and rendezvous destinations that your husband will never find out about. They also have generous offers for sensual creams!"
What's even more confounding is that some people think it's a good thing too