Google:  Evil Or Vile?  An Indictment? (June 24, 2019)

. . .

K          “Evil.”

J          “Vile.”

. . .

K          “Shuffle the letters.  I could live with vile.”

J          “I could live with evil.”

. . .

K          “Five years ago in response to a request to access ‘e-commentary’, Google provided ‘e-commentary’ on page five.  Three years ago in response to a request to access ‘e-commentary’, Google provided ‘e-commentary’ on page three.  One year ago, in response to a request to access ‘e-commentary’, Google provided ‘e-commentary’ on page one.  One week ago in response to a request to access ‘e-commentary’, Google did not provide ‘e-commentary’ even after scrolling through the first ten pages of responses.”

J          “Was that machinated by a machine or a man?”

. . .

K          “When you ask Google to deliver the specific and unique website https://e-commentary.org, Google should deliver the specific and unique website https://e-commentary.org without any analysis or delay.  However Google developed an algorithm that precludes the only possible response in our universe and instead provides links to Bible commentary and 30 raunchy photos of Melania that Trumpi does not want you to see.  Even going ten pages into the response, https://e-commentary.org is never even acknowledged.  Even after replicating the inquiry ten times during the day every day for the last ten days, Google does not redeem itself.”

J          “There is one and only one and no more than one response to an inquiry seeking the site https://e-commentary.org.  That response is https://e-commentary.org.  e-commentary is trademarked.  As an example of a search engine that works, merely type the trademarked ‘e-commentary’ in DuckDuckGo and https://e-commentary.org is the first response.  That is the only response.”

K          “That is ducky.  Merely type ‘e-commentary’ in Startpage and https://e-commentary.org is the fourth response.

J          “That is a good start.  Merely type ‘e-commentary’ in searX and https://e-commentary.org is the first response.”

K          “That is a searing indictment of Google.  Merely type ‘e-commentary’ in DISCONNECT Search and https://e-commentary.org is the first response.”

J          “There is no way to disconnect from the Google monster.  Merely type ‘e-commentary’ in MetaGer and https://e-commentary.org is the first response.”

K          “The Germans get it.  Merely type ‘e-commentary’ in Qwant and https://e-commentary.org is the second response.”

J          “That is quaint.”

. . .

K          “In a kleptocracy with many, many rules and many, many laws, but not the rule of law, one does not have any rights or recourse.”

J          “If you do not serve the Google interests, you do not exist.  But to its credit, ‘e-commentary’ quotes Captain Tony and Jerry Garcia among others.  Google should factor those facts into its factorials.”

. . .

[See the e-commentary three years ago at “The Great Google Wall (June 27, 2016)” and other e-commentary under the Categories “Google” and “Technology”.]

Bumper stickers of the week:

“If I’d written all the truth I knew for the past ten years, about 600 people – including me – would be rotting in prison cells from Rio to Seattle today.  Absolute truth is a very rare and dangerous commodity in the context of professional journalism.”  Hunter S. Thompson

“The more flak you get the closer you are to the target.”  World War Two bomber’s observation

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