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Google, the world's largest search engine and primary arbiter of the Internet, is putting up a fight against a controversial and unconstitutional national security inquest from the US government.
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People who own these companies have as much responsibility as us to protect our privacy, but we have to show them support otherwise they'll be left out in the cold and can't win.
To be completely honest it's hard to fight back against such a powerful aparatus but if we don't speak up it'll be our children being exploited and used by these evil men without a backfire at all.
I think it would be even better of google to not collect the info to begin with.
They can fight back, but google is the gateway to the internet, so they will keep providing info.
I respect Google for standing up for the rights of their company and the people who use and trust their products!
Google should post this on they're webpage.
WELL WELL WELL- usa bolschavism--hey plekhanov make room for bloomberg ..
Obama is just as guilty as Bush too. Not only did Obama extend P.Act powers, he made them permanent
Time to disband DHS, Toss the "Patriot Act" in the trash, and reform the FBI so they remember who they work for.... The terrorist's with Bush/Cheney helping won the WOT years ago when we gave up our rights for a little security theater...
We must remember They work for Us & it is NOT the other way around.
The Govt will have power & abuse it as long as We the People allow it.
Relax-- just the "HIGH PRIESTS OF NSA" checking your entrails
ST ALIN would be proud
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