Google Gives Feds 1,500 Private Phone Locations in ‘Geofencing’ Request

Google has reportedly handed over 1,500 private phone locations to the federal government as part of a “geofencing” request tied to a criminal arson investigation in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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Facebook, Google No Longer on Top 10 ‘Best Places to Work’ List

Both Facebook and Google have dropped off Glassdoor’s Top Ten “best places to work” list. Facebook, which has been ranked number one three times in the last ten years, dropped to number 23. Apple dropped from its former top-25 ranking to number 84.

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Twitter to Verify Politicians – Except the Ones Who Have Been Banned

Twitter said it will verify the accounts of all politicians competing in congressional and gubernatorial elections in 2020, with verification beginning this week. However, this will not apply to accounts that have previously been suspended, like FL-21 …

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Tech Guru: Amazon and Google Will Replace Your Doctor

In a recent interview, tech guru Peter Diamandis made the case for the big tech Masters of the Universe becoming America’s healthcare providers. Diamandis believes that if companies like Google and Amazon can gather even more information about every de…

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How Google Took Over The World – Full Documentary

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YouTube to Demonetize Channels Even if Videos ‘Don’t Cross Policy Line’

Google-owned YouTube has given itself a broad new range of powers to ban and demonetize channels for “harassment,” including the ability to demonetize channels that haven’t violated its policies in any one video.

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Disney Plus, ‘Baby Yoda’ Top Google’s 2019 Trending U.S. Searches

Disney Plus — with an assist from Baby Yoda — was the No. 1 top-trending Google search in the United States for 2019, according to the internet giant. The Mouse House’s incursion into the streaming battles debuted in November in the U…

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Jeff Bezos: Big Tech Bosses Need ‘to Say No’ to Activist Employees

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos criticized employee activists recently, stating that Silicon Valley tech firms should be free to do business with the U.S. Military. According to Bezos, it is up to senior management to tell employees “no” when they become activis…

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31 Groups Call on FTC to Investigate ‘Kidtech’ Companies Gathering Data of Children

31 advocacy groups are pressuring the FTC this week to investigate how so-called “kidtech” and digital media companies advertise to children and collect their data.

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Sen. Marsha Blackburn Demands Answers from Google About YouTube’s Censorship of Trump Ads

Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) is calling on Google-owned YouTube to publicly explain why they have censored over 300 of President Donald Trump’s political ads.

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Report: Amazon Cloud Computing Business Faces Antitrust Scrutiny

Amazon’s massive cloud computing business is reportedly being scrutinized by U.S. antitrust enforcers, according to individuals familiar with the situation.

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FBI: Drug Dealer Used Sony PlayStation Chat to Broker Cocaine Deals

The FBI applied for a search warrant to compel Sony to share private data on a Playstation 4 user who was allegedly brokering cocaine distribution deals using the Playstation’s in-game chat functionality, according to a new report.

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Democrat Candidates Pledge Big Tech ‘Hate Speech’ Crackdown

Despite what Google describes as a “shift towards censorship” from big tech companies over the past three years, Democrat presidential candidates have said that they will use the power of the law to force even more censorship from Silicon Valley.

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Genius Media Sues Google for Allegedly Stealing Lyrics

Genius Media Group filed a lawsuit against Google and LyricFind, a Toronto-based lyrics provider, alleging the companies ripped off song lyrics from Genius. The lawsuit seeks at least $50 million in damages from Google and LyricFind. “Defendants …

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Google Co-Founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin Step Down from Alphabet Inc.

Google co-founder Larry Page has announced he will step down as CEO of Alphabet, the umbrella company that owns Google, YouTube and other former Google subsidiaries. His co-founder, Sergey Brin, will also step down from the company.

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Google Founders Resign From Alphabet Leadership, Sundar Pichai Becomes CEO

Google CEO Sundar Pichai is adding another responsibility to his job: Pichai will also be the CEO of parent holding company Alphabet going forward, taking the helm from co-founder and longtime CEO Larry Page. Additionally, co-founder Sergey Brin will b…

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Tech Watchdog: Google, Facebook Engage in ‘One-Way Mirror’ Surveillance

Tech giants including Google and Facebook engage in extensive “one-way mirror” surveillance of their users, sharing the data they collect with third parties via a complex and unregulated system that puts private information at risk, according to a newl…

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Watchdog Accuses Silicon Valley Giants of Dodging $100 Billion in Taxes

Six of the Silicon Valley Masters of the Universe have been accused of dodging $100 billion in taxes by a British tax watchdog.

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Google Faces Another EU Probe Months After $1.7 Billion Fine

Tech giant Google is facing yet another E.U. antitrust investigation just months after being fined $1.7 billion for violations. This investigation focuses on the company’s “collection and use of data” from users.

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’60 Minutes’ Grills YouTube CEO: Why Aren’t You Censoring More People?

Leslie Stahl of CBS News’ 60 Minutes has released her interview with YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki. During the interview, the CBS reporter demanded to know why YouTube isn’t censoring more “hate speech” and “conspiracy theories.”

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