• Google Meets Big Brother

    Google Big Brother

    These posters are by Stéphane Massa-Bidal slyly explaining Google’s services.

    I’ve extolled Google’s existence in our daily lives in the past. These posters, on the other hand, paint a different picture. I don’t know why we don’t think twice about it, but for one company to have access to 99% of our information is frightening. Imagine having a girlfriend who reads all of your e-mails, knows exactly what porn sites you visit, and then plants a homing device on you. Except your girlfriend is really awesome because she doesn’t ask if you she looks fat as a trick question and you don’t have to read her mind, but she can read yours and does everything for you. That would be Google.

    Still, I suppose some people do cherish their privacy and are unsettled at the fact that Google has this much control over our lives. I would be complaining more about it if Google wasn’t so good at what they do.

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    Comments ( 11 )

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    Well, we all know Google always comes out on top!

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    Justin WHittNo Gravatar added these pithy words on Mar 03 10 at 2:58 pm
    The first poster was spot on. The rest were ridiculous hyperbole. Google controls *what* I search for? Google controls where I go, just by the virtue of publishing maps and routing algorithms? Google doesn’t force me to drive to Seattle this weekend, it just helps me choose among 3 different routes.

    Surely you can do better than this.

    nobodyNo Gravatar added these pithy words on Mar 03 10 at 3:09 pm
    Was that a sexual joke, Justin?

    casanovaruffinNo Gravatar added these pithy words on Mar 03 10 at 3:20 pm
    I found this article on google. These posters are are like telling your mom you don’t like how she handles the frying pan when she cooks you dinner or telling her to use different fabric softener when she washes your undies.

    We all know google knows EVERYTHING about us, I don’t think this is new information for anyone who wants to know it. I’ve made a conscious decision to stop caring about that, you have to give a little trust to companies like google and hopefully they never use their powers for evil.

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