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Google Searches For “Reloading Ammo” Explode Amid Nationwide Shortage

By Tyler Durden Americans are panic searching again. This time it’s not where to buy toilet paper online, but instead learning more about reloading ammunition as the virus pandemic and social unrest has sparked shortages of ammo and guns. Ever since the first round of virus lockdowns that began in March, ammunition prices have surged because of…

Google Searches For ‘Reloading Ammo’ Explode Amid Nationwide Shortage 

Americans are panic searching again. This time it’s not where to buy toilet paper online, but instead learning more about reloading ammunition as the virus pandemic and social unrest has sparked shortages of ammo and guns.  Ever since the first round of virus lockdowns that began in March, ammunition prices have surged because of unprecedented demand. Some…

Google Muscles In On Wall Street’s Turf With New Checking Accounts

Following in the footsteps of Apple Pay and the Apple/Goldman credit card, Google owner Alphabet is finally making its move to expand its rudimentary Google Pay service into a checking account that can also grant users access to other cards and discounts. The upgrade marks Google’s deepest foray yet into the US financial system, just…

The Google Election

Authored by Michael Rectenwald via The Mises Institute, [This is the transcript of the eponymous talk presented at the Mises Institute’s Ron Paul Symposium on November 7, 2020, in Angleton, Texas.] “Don’t be evil” may no longer be Google’s official company motto, but it remains the last sentence of its Code of Conduct. As part of not being evil, Google…

Federal Judge Denies Emergency Injunction Against Punch Google Lawsuit To Restore Free Speech

By Maryam Henein On November 4th, Judge Beth Labson Freeman denied the emergency injunction recently filed against Google, and that the plaintiffs are considering all of their legal options. “I am inclined to deny this temporary restraining order,” Judge Freeman hinted on November 2nd, following the Zoom hearing. The ruling was decided the day following…

Google Searches For “Liquor Store Near Me” Hits All-Time High Amid Election Anxiety  

Election Day is over, and it’s now Wednesday morning. No clear winner has emerged yet in an extremely tight presidential race, forcing some Americans to panic search “liquor store near me.”  On Tuesday night, Google Trends’ Twitter account published a chart showing a parabolic move of internet searches for liquor stores as Americans sought to alleviate…

Google Whistleblower & Conservative Influencers File Lawsuit To Punch Google & Restore Free Speech

  By Maryam Henein The unprecedented censorship we are facing is the biggest threat to democracy in our history. Imagine waking up to find that, without any notice, you have been deplatformed and deleted off YouTube; years of your work — poof — gone in an instant. When someone violates someone’s right to speak, they…

Google sued by Aussie govt ACCC for misleading consumers

Technology giant Google is being taken to court for allegedly misleading consumers to give away a lot more personal information than they had expected. Key points: Google says its notifications were “easy-to-understand” and optional ACCC claims users were misled into letting the tech giant monitor their “non-Google” web browsing The case will be argued before…

Google Drive takes down user’s personal copy of Judy Mikovits’ Plandemic after it was flagged by The Washington Post

Google is now applying its controversial coronavirus misinformation policies to users’ personal files. If you support freedom of speech subscribe to Reclaim The Net. Ever since Big Tech platforms started cracking down on what they deem to be coronavirus misinformation, the media has been willfully flagging alleged violations to social media companies and getting content taken…

Google faces $5 billion lawsuit in U.S. for tracking ‘private’ internet use

Claim: Google faces $5 billion lawsuit in U.S. for tracking ‘private’ internet use Google was sued on Tuesday in a proposed class action accusing the internet search company of illegally invading the privacy of millions of users by pervasively tracking their internet use through browsers set in “private” mode. The lawsuit seeks at least $5…

Google executive took part in Sage meeting, tech firm confirms

Google has confirmed that one of its senior executives participated in the UK government’s scientific advisory group on Covid-19, raising further questions about the composition of the secretive committee. Demis Hassabis, a co–founder of Google’s artificial intelligence division, DeepMind, attended a meeting of the scientific advisory group for emergencies (Sage) on 18 March, when the group…