How to End Google’s Monopoly
Shane Greenup

Is it too late to end Google’s Monopoly?

Thank you for the article — excellent! And, thank you joining those of us who have been seeing this trend for over a decade. I can now recognize another mind who gets it. I’ll reference this article in my Medium, as well as and You called it, and the more people who wake up will see it’s not what it appears to be.

But I’m afraid we may be too late. We’ve spawned a generation who believes:

If it’s not on Google, it doesn’t exist

What Google doesn’t tell you, will never be known. In that simple fact, there’s an insidious, unseen side which is the criminalization of Google.

You’ve couched your copy platform on Google’s logarithms and policies about the socialization of the search results, rightly so. Some might argue that Google doesn’t know they’re aiding and abetting criminals and terrorists. Yet is there anything that Google doesn’t know? Is there anything Google is not capable of? Let that sink in for a moment. Is there anything Google could not accomplish with the brightest minds on the planet and a ready, unlimited amount of cash?

The cybercrime industry has embraced Google’s storage and document services because they know that when the spam cops catch up and file reports, Google ignores them.

There’s more … should Google erase history? ?

Should Google violate the Lanham Act thousands (maybe millions) of times a day ? ?

Is Google to blame? When did Google become the Internet Police? ?

Google is now so big that there’s no entity on the planet that will go up against them. Ask any attorney, and they’ll tell you it’s a waste of your time and money to take Google to court. They can drive you poor with legal acrobatics.

Google, Facebook, Amazon, Cloudflare and a dozen others are part of a new 20-billion dollar industry that has discovered cyber crime will NEVER stop (cannot stop) so shy not exploit it to make yourself rich, legally!

Read the book “Future Crimes”

Thanks for your article … I’ll be following!

Editor/Publisher : DTG Magazine
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