Below we see today's BRIN tied to global banking 1% hedge fund far-right wing Bush neo-conservative STANFORD corporation home of STANFORD TOTAL PRISON MODEL. GOOGLE AND STANFORD TOTAL PRISON MODEL quite the totalitarian structures.
'Early life and education
Brin was born in Moscow in the Soviet Union, to Russian Jewish parents, Eugenia and Mikhail Brin, both graduates of Moscow State University (MSU). His father is a mathematics professor at the University of Maryland, and his mother a researcher at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.
After graduation, he enrolled in Stanford University to acquire a PhD in computer science'.
Like BILL GATES-----BRIN was not a GENIUS----was not INNOVATIVE-----his family was simply handed by privatization DARPA internet technology development-----INTERNET SEARCH ENGINE. This is how both GATES----BRIN became the fastest BILLIONAIRES and it was not SELF-MADE.
'The Fastest Self-Made Billionaires
Brin and Page became billionaires a few years later while they were in their early 30s when Google IPO’ed'
We discussed in detail how MOVING FORWARD ONE WORLD was flipping the Earth's economic axis from Western Hemisphere to Eastern Hemisphere where MEDIEVAL KIEVAN RUS--------Crimea is slated to be central in NEW WORLD ORDER.
BRIN is not a RUSSIAN SPY-----he simply works for global 1% OLD WORLD KINGS------but Google is a propaganda and spying machine.
IT DOES NOT TAKE A ROCKET SCIENTIST TO UNDERSTAND GOOGLE WOULD NOT BE ALLOWED TO DETERMINE WHAT IS FAKE NEWS.
Russian Sergey Brin and Google: A KGB-style Propaganda and Spying Machine?
When a national cult-watcher has to beg San Francisco's mayor to stop luring young people into a dangerous mind-control sect, we have a problem.
“He's using his imprimatur of San Francisco, the mayor of San Francisco, to lend credibility to this cult. This means people may join Dahnhak when they otherwise wouldn't have,” said Rick Ross, director of the Arizona based anti-cult group the Rick A. Ross Institute. “Mayor Newsom has admitted his personal peccadilloes in the past. But actually this is much more serious.”
Dahnhak is a yoga and holistic health organization that promotes a technique called “brain respiration.” Newsom recently honored the group's Korean leader with a proclamation declaring Sept. 7 “Ilchi Lee Day.”
SF Weekly inquired about this bizarre apparent gaffe and scolded the mayor on the newspaper's blog. But I haven't heard back from the Newsom staffer in charge of proclamations, and there's no indication Newsom plans on correcting the error.
This hope-the-problem-just-goes-away attitude angers Ross, who spoke with us when we published the Web site item on the award. Ross says Newsom's error may become a dangerous act of will if the mayor refuses to rescind Lee's honor. San Francisco shouldn't be in the business of propping up dangerous mind-control cults, Ross says.
Lee is the Korean leader of Dahnhak, an organization that sells workshops through a chain that includes five Bay Area locations. Ross cites news stories and lawsuits from around the country that say Lee's organization lures victims into spending their savings on pricey classes and retreats a la Scientology, while sometimes shutting victims off from their families.
Last year SF Weekly's sister paper, the Village Voice, published a 3,600-word story describing how the family of one Lee follower filed a lawsuit complaining that their loved one was drugged prior to a grueling desert hike, then died after group members deprived her of medical care. Lee's representatives denied the allegations in the suit, which is in federal court. In keeping with a theme repeated in newspaper and television stories around the country, the Voice article cited various former Dahnhak members and cult experts saying Lee's group practices the sort of mind control and isolation typical of cultish groups. A group spokesman denied those allegations.
“People have suffered under Ilchi Lee,” Ross said. “He's facing a wrongful death suit because a young woman died. She had her whole life ahead of her. I just don't see anything in Ilchi Lee's history that is worth declaring a day in his honor. I don't see anything in Newsom's recent history that suggest he'd suffer political damage from admitting he'd made a serious mistake.”
With cult crises thus implanted in my brain, I made my way last Thursday night to the Room of the Dons in the Mark Hopkins Hotel to dine with followers of Mark Anderson, a Seattle-based technology futurist of the sort that once was as common as flies during the late-1990s tech boom. Fittingly, the room was packed with employees and leaders of companies one might define as cults of personality and dogma — Google and Microsoft, in other words.
Just as America and the U.S.S.R once stalked each other in a sectarian battle between allegedly good and bad ideology, All-Being-All-Knowing Microsoft now informs us we're under threat from a neo-Stalinist-Leninist cult bent on world domination.
“You've got to remember that Google is run by Russians, and that affects the viewpoints and values of the company,” said Ty Carlson, director of technical strategy for Microsoft (and my dining partner for the evening) in reference to Sergey Brin's status as a Russian immigrant. “They've made conscious references to Google co-founder Sergey Brin's status as a Russian immigrant.”
Carlson was referring to Google's recent troubles, in which U.S. and European regulators, privacy groups, and Microsoft, are questioning a $3.1 billion Google acquisition of DoubleClick, an online advertising company.
For Microsoft, the deal represents a possible tipping point from the Redmond, Wash., giant's old creepy business model of selling us products by crushing and/or co-opting every competitor in its path, thus stifling technology and eliminating competition. Carlson, tellingly, during two hours of dinner conversation never used the word “competitors,” as if such a thing didn't exist for his employer. Instead, he referred to “partners” and “soon-to-be partners.”
The new, perhaps-even-creepier model for world industrial domination is one where Google will amass a vast and detailed up-to-the-moment chronicle of customers' innermost thoughts. Producers won't need to profit by force-feeding narrowed product choices onto customers via industrial might a la Microsoft. That's because sellers will know consumers psychology so intimately that they will be able to efficiently trick them into buying the worthless junk.
In cold war terms, Microsoft is 1970s Soviet bread lines. Google is the KGB propaganda and spying machine.
Hysterics have been predicting a terrifying age of Internet-based corporate prying for a decade. Google-DoubleClick just might turn them into modern versions of Nostradamus.
Google currently scrutinizes the content of messages sent through its Gmail service — meaning you can enter Google's KGB realm just by sending a message to a friend's Gmail account.
The U.S. government has made clear its wishes to monitor telephone calls without search warrants in an ongoing Texas privacy lawsuit involving AT&T. Don't think for a minute that the government wouldn't like to peruse Google's e-mail files under the rationale of homeland security.
Google pries beyond its corporate homeland. The company misleadingly invites users into an invasive tracking program called “Web History” that allows the company to follow consumers' non-Google-related Web browsing.
Acquiring DoubleClick would give Google access to even more personal information, which could be cross-referenced into a personal-profiling system rivaling the 1980s KGB, privacy advocates fear. Microsoft, fearing a brave, new, Microsoft-moot age, has emphasized these privacy fears.
“Google seeks to record nearly everything you see and do on the Internet and use it to serve ads,” Wired.com's ace privacy journalist Ryan Singel (with whom I attended the dinner) quoted Microsoft attorney Brad King as saying. “This country doesn't let the phone company listen to our phone calls and then serve ads.”
Based upon the takes-one-to-know-one theory of evaluating critics of corporate wrongdoing, I think it's worth contemplating Microsoft's claim, self-interested as it may be.
Seven years ago, privacy was also on the lips of the technology obsessed, who predicted Orwellian horrors that never came to pass. At that time business, planners imagined cellular telephones fitted with GPS units, bank information, Web browsers, and various keys. They would be used to open car doors and houses, and to pay at tollbooths and vending machines. And they would do much of their business over the World Wide Web. Artificial intelligence was becoming so tiny and cheap, it was predicted, that most of the physical environment would, in one way or another, be engaged in digital contemplation. Tiny brains everywhere would whisper into all-knowing cellular telephones. Phones would whisper back. And the conversation would be sucked into consumer profiles so sharp that marketers would see into our souls.
Much of this failed to materialize; cell phone companies whose business plans included pestering customers every time they drove by a pizzeria or dry-cleaner went bust. People continued using metal, nondigital key rings.
But it turned out that the commercial souljackers didn't need to follow people outdoors. We've come to them by conducting incrementally greater portions of our lives on the Internet.
Google has demonstrated in myriad ways that it is not interested in the concept of personal privacy. The company tracks what its users do across all of its services and draws users into a program that records their travels throughout the Web, not to mention the mining of letters sent to and from Gmail. DoubleClick is the new Johnny Appleseed of Internet “cookies,” providing advertising to thousands of Web sites, planting these little personal monitoring devices as it goes, thus creating ever more detailed personal profiles, which could create crystal-ball omniscience when combined with Google's personal data trove.
Google is a young company that hasn't yet learned social values, is how Carlson, the Microsoft technical strategy director, explained the company's John Poindexteresque penchant for personal profiling. I'm no Microsoft fan; the company may own as much personal information as Google does. But it hasn't yet begun to mine it and sort it and analyze it in ways quite as creepy as Google.
Google's informal corporate slogan, “Don't Be Evil,” is widely interpreted to mean “Don't Be Microsoft,” Wired's Singel reminded me.
People doing evil are generally the ones selling themselves as the opposite.
'Google's informal corporate slogan, “Don't Be Evil,”'
Far-right wing Bush the neo-conservative tied to Stanford and Yale------using that STANFORD TOTAL PRISON MODEL at ABU GHRAIB-----who was fighting the 'EVIL-DOERS'.
Without using SENSATIONALISM or CONSPIRACY THEORY exaggerations-----this article does a good job outlining why GOOGLE is being allowed to become TOTALITARIAN inside our US. Who controls DARPA----the global private military corporation tied to OLD WORLD KINGS AND QUEENS KNIGHTS OF MALTA.
Please don't fall for articles written about REAL ISSUES made to look ridiculous as SENSATIONAL or MARGINAL CONSPIRACY THEORY----they are written to DISCREDIT real issues.
Google The Totalitarian?
Submitted by Scott Cleland on Fri, 2009-11-20 12:36Connecting the dots of several recent important developments, Google increasingly is acting autocratically like it has unlimited power and is answerable to no one.
- More and more it appears to operate like a centralized, sovereign, virtual-State exercising control over the world's information, info-commerce and Internet users.
- Editing Search Titles: Google's Matt Cutts announced exercise of a new autocratic power: Google can "change the titles of your pages in your search results" per WebProNews. Google's Cutts: "We reserve the right to figure out what's a better title, what's a more descriptive title or snippet to show to users."
- Search Ranking by Speed: Google's Matt Cutts has signaled that how fast a page loads may become a ranking factor for search results in 2010. This forces all websites that want to be discoverable via search to spend money to upgrade and tailor their sites to Google's moving-goal-post, page-load standards. Since page-load speed has little to do with search relevance, this appears to be an unilateral action by Google to move "the faceless scribes of drivel" "to the back row of the arena" as a Google Sr. VP wrote in an official Google blogpost earlier this year.
- Sinking Competitors' Search Rankings: The Register has a must-read and very thorough analysis of how Google sent search competitor Foundem "to the back of the arena." The article is entitled "When Algorithms Attack, Does Google Hear You Scream? -- Inside Google's search penalties gulag." The article tells the story of Foundem and other sites that have autocratically had their Google page rank reduced dramatically, and how unresponsive and unaccountable Google is to those who believe they have been aggrieved by Google's autocratic exercise of its monopoly power.
- No Due Process: Per Advertising Age, Google has now deputized its crawler-bots to ban suspected ad scammers; "It's now guilty until proven innocent, a fundamental shift for 'Don't be evil' Google." "Google now has a harsh new penalty for advertisers placing scam and malware ads: a lifetime ban." Moreover, Google "has technology to determine who is connected to what account, which will make it very hard for a banned user to create another account." Interestingly this is in direct contradiction to Google's Vint Cerf's insistence to the Wall Street Journal that Google does "not know who you are."
- Book Settlement: In Google's revision of its proposed Book Settlement this month, Google basically stiff-armed the Department of Justice in not addressing the Government's serious objections that the settlement would preclude competition by excluding competitors equal access to the digital books covered in the settlement. Apparently, Google only stops anti-competitive behavior when the Government threatens an actual antitrust suit like what blocked the Google-Yahoo Ad Agreement.
- Acquiring AdMob: Even though DOJ has concluded Google is dominant in search advertising, Google is brazenly attempting to extend its monopoly in PC search advertising to mobile advertising via acquisition of AdMob, "the world's largest mobile advertising marketplace" and a direct competitor to Google's AdSense Mobile and Google-DoubleClick. Combining AdMob mobile advertising leadership with Google's dominance would result in "game over," much like combining YouTube's online video leadership with Google's dominance made YouTube dominant with fourteen times the market share of its nearest competitor.
- Privacy Dashboard: In discussing Google's new "Privacy Dashboard," Fox Business' Neil Cavuto asked Google CEO Eric Schmidt how a user knows if their information has been deleted per their request. Mr. Cavuto: "How do I know you are deleting it? Mr. Schmidt: "Because we say so."
- Swiss Suing over StreetView: The Swiss privacy czar is currently having to sue Google to get Google to protect the privacy of Swiss citizens.
- Google's "black box" model and secret mode of operation increasingly functions like a hidden, non-transparent code of laws and regulations, where no one knows they are in violation of one of Google's secret edicts until Google tells them so or punishes them.
- Google's rapidly increasing power over the world's information, info-commerce, and Internet users, combined with its no-permission-required cultural ethos, appears to be morphing into a pseudo-totalitarian world view where Google will always push the envelope to be the ultimate authority, until some other authority forcefully pushes back.
The word STATE changes when the government flips from being OF, FOR, BY THE PEOPLE---which is a REAL Social Democrat STATE governance-----to a STATE controlled by global corporations which is the opposite----it always becomes TOTALITARIAN.
When a STATE is TOTALITARIAN----its MEDIA is always PROPAGANDA and myth-making. CORPORATE SCHOOLS teach COMMONER CORE-----no real information allowed to our US 99% of WE THE PEOPLE.
What Is Totalitarian Propaganda?
Published on Sep 10, 2017 YOU TUBE
We discussed in detail how in late 1800s global banking 1% developed a global economic platform of MARXISM-----which is designed to bounce back and forth from global neo-liberalism capitalism to global neo-conservative MARXISM. The goals are continuous disruption of any sovereign nations' civil weath and stability. THIS IS AN ECONOMIC MODEL. When today one GOOGLE'S what were widely condemned brutal and sadistic dictators=====one sees almost nothing but REVISIONIST articles saying THESE GUYS WERE NOT SO BAD---THE POPULIST PEOPLE LOVED THEM----you know, like today's CLINTON/BUSH/OBAMA.
REAL LEFT SOCIAL PROGRESSIVES do not appreciate brutal self-promoting meglamaniacs being labelled as SOCIALIST/COMMUNIST.
STALIN/HITLER was installed by global 1% OLD WORLD KINGS as was TITO----as was FRANCO---as was MUSSOLINI-----to be the brutal dictators they were.
'During the Second World War in Yugoslavia the Nazis, Chetniks, Croatian Ustashi, and the communist Partisans and successor Tito regime committed massive democide. The Croatians alone may have murdered some 655,000 people, the greater majority Serbs. The Tito regime itself killed in cold blood some 500,000 people, mainly "collaborators," "anti-communists," rival guerrillas, Ustashi, and critics. And after the war it probably killed even more people, now also including the rich, landlords, bourgeoisie, clerics, and in the later 1940s, even pro-Soviet communists'.
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SO, CNN MONEY--------tells us that FACEBOOK AND GOOGLE will fight FAKE NEWS-------CNN meaning the 99% of WE THE PEOPLE ---------(C)an't k(N)ow (N)uttin
DON'T WORRY says GLOBAL GLOBAL -------we created a TRUST PROJECT complete with the same ALGORITHISMS used by global WALL STREET and the derivatives market!
Sounds like the Chinese SOCIAL INDICATOR system.
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by Seth Fiegerman @sfiegerman
November 16, 2017: 3:35 PM ET
The biggest online platforms have unveiled their latest attempt to fight fake news.
Facebook (FB), Google (GOOGL) and Twitter (TWTR) said Thursday they have committed to using new "trust indicators" to help users better vet the reliability of the publications and journalists behind articles that appear in news feeds.
The indicators were developed by the Trust Project, a non-partisan effort operating out of Santa Clara University's Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, to boost transparency and media literacy at a time when misinformation is rampant.
Facebook, which has faced particularly strong criticism about spreading fake news, began testing the indicators on Thursday. Select publishers will have the option to upload additional information about their fact-checking policies, ownership structures, author histories and more.
When you see an article from Vox, for example, Facebook may show an icon you can tap to learn more, including what Vox's ethics policy is and who funds it.
"This step is part of our larger efforts to combat false news and misinformation on Facebook — providing people with more context to help them make more informed decisions," Andrew Anker, a product manager at Facebook, wrote in a blog post.
Google said it is currently looking into how best to display the indicators next to articles that show up in Google News, Google's search engine and other products. Twitter declined to comment beyond the announcement put out by the Trust Project.
"In today's digitized and socially networked world, it's harder than ever to tell what's accurate reporting, advertising, or even misinformation," Sally Lehrman, the journalist who heads the Trust Project, said in a statement. "The Trust Indicators put tools into people's hands, giving them the means to assess whether news comes from a credible source they can depend on."
Among other details, the indicators will show whether a story is a news report or advertising, highlight other articles the author has published and offer more clarity on the sources used to back up various claims in the story.
The Washington Post, The Economist, The Globe and Mail, and other publications are among the initial group of publishers using the indicators.
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At the core of this new scrutiny is a question about whether these companies can properly police the content shared on their own platforms, given their massive audiences.
In the year since the election, the tech companies have tried to show they can do better. Facebook and Google have worked with independent fact checking organizations to flag concerning articles. Facebook also introduced related links to provide additional perspectives for stories shared in the News Feed.
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