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Beware the T-Rex in sheep’s clothing. As Financial Times magazine said about Google Inc: Scott Cleland has bravely done what few have the nerve to do: Nearly all other search engines have fallen by destura wayside, and Google is one of the last ones standing. Siga-nos nas Redes Sociais.
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Cindi rated it really liked it Feb 10, John rated it really liked it Sep 23, Jul 29, Stephanie rated it really liked it Shelves: Jevon Vaughn rated it it was amazing Jul r, If you have even a little interest in Google’s information gathering goals and practices, read this book.
I loved how detailed and clear this book is.
Part two enlightens the reader about why Google Inc is destructive. Books by Scott Cleland. Aside from victimizing the general public, Cleland exposes the questionable tactics and politics they utilize to trap and take advantage of companies that purchase advertisement from Google Inc.
Though the author is quite repetitive with some information, his resources are reputable and from a wide selection of mediums.
Chris McMahon rated it liked it Dec 06, Oct destdua, Gideon rated it it was ok Shelves: Lists with This Book. Would definitely recommend this to anyone who wants bsque learn a thing or two about Google. No trivia or quizzes yet. Information is power, and in Google’s case, it’s the power to influence and control virtually everything the Internet touches. I found this bksque to be very eye-opening and am grateful this information is now available to the general public.
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He exposes the unethical company hiding behind a Don’t Be Evil slogan. What an amazing read. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Hardcoverpages. Scott Cleland is considered one of the leading critics of Google and has testified before Congress on numerous occasions on companies like Google, Enron, WorldCom and others.
It is repetitive enough that the author could have covered the material in half the space or less. My only criticism is that sometimes he holds Google to a very high standard, and one which is unfairly applied. But there are a number of important points made here, and made clearly. This book is a polemic. Written inthere is some foresight about the directions the web is taking, but those issues are far from unique to Google. My opinion is, like Walmart, they started with good intentions but have got very, very sidetracked.
After reading this book, readers can decide Google’s level of trustworthiness for themselves. Bitdefender Antivirus Plus Nov 14, Michael rated it really liked it.
S no remorse, Google takes their time removing the material, but the damage is already done and irreversible. It took me multiple tries to get through the book because it is so badly written. I have never personally been a fan of Google as a search engine, and after this read, I now use DuckDuckGo. Nov 26, Jennifer rated it it was ok Shelves: Truly a disappointment of a book and for Mr.
Dec 12, David Geller rated it it was amazing.
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Marcio Rafael Maciel rated it it was ok Jan 27, Cleland proves the world’s 1 brand untrustworthy. Jan 08, Daniel Koleshchuk rated it it was amazing.
I’ve always thought there was something spooky about Google but could not put my finger on what it was. Ultimately, Google’s immense unchecked power is destructive precisely because Google is so shockingly-political, unethical and untrustworthy. This is the other side of the Google story.
Did I mention it’s repetitive?
Lastly, the author takes you into the future and gives a dim view of what the world could come to if Google gets it’s way and is allowed to continue on the path they’re on.