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Tag: Google
  • Shackling Success: Google’s Fight against Antitrust

    In today’s world, it is often popular for politicians to blame “Big Business” for the ills of our country rather than accept the blame themselves. While it is undoubtedly true that the government should be completely divorced from the economy (thus removing even the possibility for “Big Business” to have any influence over the government …

  • Google & Antitrust

    In yesterday’s issue of The Wall Street Journal, there was an article regarding Google and its bowing down to competitors regarding its Google “Places” function. The competitors (TripAdvisor, Yelp, and Citysearch) have been hurt by this feature since Google holds its “Places” and the reviews it garners higher up on the search list than competitors’ …

  • Senators: File Antitrust against Google

    Google has faced a lot of troubles in the past few years, from lawsuits to digitize books all the way to a showdown with the oppresive Chinese regime. Now it may be coming to a possible showdown with our very own government. Several U.S. Senators are calling for Google to be investigated under antitrust law, similar …

  • Google Starves the Feds; Bloomberg Unleashes its Hate for Freedom

    Congratulations to Google, Inc. on using tax loopholes to prevent the criminal leech mafia (IRS) from collecting $3.1 billion dollars.  Bloomberg has the report, which considers this a travesty rather than a win for liberty.  Here is a disgusting excerpt from the article: Google is “flying a banner of doing no evil, and then they’re …

  • Global Free Markets vs. China

    Yesterday, Google decided to shut down its Chinese search page after a frustrating Chinese government continued to censor Google search results and hack into Google servers. In response to China’s authoritarian approach to social control, Google redirected its Chinese site to the unregulated Honk Kong page. But a belligerent Chinese government “moved on Tuesday to …

  • Google To Pull The Plug On China?

    It’s about time, isn’t it? Popular search engine Google has threatened the Communist Republic of China after Chinese officials have censored the Gmail accounts of human rights activists.  Google claims that it has evidence that some “primary goal attackers was accessing the Gmail accounts of Chinese human rights activists.” However, Google has also said that …