Think about this

In a resurfaced video, Alphabet’s Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt claims that a Google search providing multiple results is a “bug” because the company should provide the “right answer just once,” which draws comparisons to 1984’s Ministry of Truth.
“When you use Google, do you get more than one answer?” asked Schmidt, who served as Google’s CEO before the company’s restructuring, during a 2005 interview with Charlie Rose. “Of course you do, well that’s a bug, we have more bugs per second in the world.”

“We should be able to give you the right answer just once, we should know what you meant, we should look for information, we should give it exactly right, we should give it to you in your language, and we should never be wrong.”
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Google insider Zach Vorhies brought Schmidt’s words to light during his in-studio appearance on Wednesday’s Alex Jones Show.

Vorhies reminded Jones that Schmidt’s remark actually counters Google’s official mission statement, which says the company strives to make information “universally accessible.”

“Google’s mission statement is to organize the world’s information to make it universally accessible and useful,” said Vorhies. “They’re clearly violating their contract, their social contract they’ve given to the American people and to their investors.”

“I’m specifically talking about Google here because when they went on their IPO (initial public offering) they had a constitution they said they would not violate, the first one was ‘do no evil’ and the second one was to organize the world’s information. They’re violating that mandate and they’re lying to congress under oath that they’re violating that mandate.

Watch the interview with Zach here.
Download his Google data dump here.

the click on “can’t use the app click here” to download like normal

WHY HASN’T MSM BEEN COVERING THE SNOWDEN LIKE DATA DUMP OF GOOGLE?
WHY WOULD MSM BE COVERING FOR GOOGLE?

HOW IS MSM LYING TO YOU TODAY?

 

 

 

 

 

 

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