The commingling of affairs of state with private enterprise is a problem for Google and Facebook

Google reveals its true colors (green and greener) when it disses the U.S. military in its request for help with artificial intelligence while at the same time aiding and abetting the Chinese governments draconian internet policies, providing a search engine labeled Dragonfly.

Googles predominantly globalist workforce lobbied its predominantly globalist leadership with over 800 signatures claiming to have an issue with supporting the U.S. military. You know, the band of patriots that have sworn to defend our nation, including Mountain View, California. Meanwhile, the same nave bunch blindly piled on the idea of supporting an oppressive Chinese regime, not because its the morally right thing to do, but because they can make big money doing it.

The duplicity resident in Googles ethos is staggering but not necessarily a surprise. Take, for instance, Scott Clelands prescient 2011 book titled, Search and Destroy: Why You Cant Trust Google. Clelands main argument is that Google wants everyone elses information something he calls publicy while they fiercely protect their own algorithms and patents from the public eye.

It is this same selfish culture that has Google supporting China, but not the U.S.

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Complaints against Google were filed recently in the Czech Republic, Greece, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Slovenia and Sweden.

In other words, the core of Googles business model is that we plebeians should be as exposed as possible to Google so that they can make more money through marketing and targeting us more acutely. Conversely, we have no business understanding whats inside their black box. Googles culture is allegedly Do No Evil, yet they spurn...