Google is more powerful than the NSA will ever be?

Imagine if you will… if there was one company that…

  1. Has access to all of your emails (gmail)
  2. Knows what videos you like to watch (YouTube)
  3. Had access to your bank info (Google Wallet/Google Adsense)
  4. Knew what you like to search for (Google)
  5. Knew every site you went to and how much time you spent on each one (Chrome)
  6. Could access all your pictures, videos, text messages, and personal contacts (Android phones)
  7. Knew exactly how many people visited your website, where they came from, how long they were there, what pages they used, and how much each page on your site was worth (Google Analytics)
  8. Could use drag and drop facial recognition from your computer (Google Images)
  9. Had a driverless car that roamed the country documenting every street in every neighborhood (Google Maps)
  10. Had a satellite that could zoom in on any part of the world (Google Earth)Now consider that the people with all of this information about your personal life are COMPLETE STRANGERS.

Google owns 146 various companies that include, but are not limited to internet, phone, travel, and online security.

List of mergers and acquisitions by Google

Google Acquisitions.

How many of your rights have you given up because you didn’t read the Terms of Service before signing up for a Google owned product?

How much information have you made available to people you don’t know, including law enforcement?

Why would the Antichrist (I know its not really his name) bother creating worldwide database from scratch, when he could just as easily use what’s already in place by Google, Facebook, and other internet companies?

‘There is a talent war going on’

In the past two years alone, the company has spent a staggering $17 billion US on acquisitions. That’s more than its competitors – Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Facebook, and Yahoo – have spent combined,according to a report by Bloomberg.

Google’s purchases in the past five months

September, 2013

  • Bump, a mobile app that allows user to physically ‘bump’ their phones together to transfer files.

October, 2013

  • Flutter, gesture recognition technology
  • FlexyCore, an app that claims to make Android run 10 times faster

December, 2013

  • Schaft Inc, a humanoid robots company
  • Industrial Perception, computer vision systems and robot arms for loading and unloading trucks
  • Redwood Robotics, a robotic arms company
  • Meka Robotics, a humanoid robotics company
  • Holomni, a robotic wheels company
  • Bot & Dolly,  a robotic camera company
  • Autofuss, an ad and design company
  • Boston Dynamics, a military and industrial  robot company

January, 2014

  • Bitspin, an alarm clock app for Android
  • Nest, a smart thermostats and smoke alarms company
  • Impermium, an internet security company
  • DeepMind Technologies, an artificial intelligence company
  • SlickLogink, a smart-identification and system-login specialist

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