Skip to comments.Silicon Valley Copycats China's Orwellian Social Credit Scheme
Posted on 08/26/2019 12:04:18 PM PDT by EscondidoSurfer
In a piece headlined "Uh-oh: Silicon Valley is building a Chinese-style social credit system," Fast Company's Mike Elgan reports on similar, albeit extralegal efforts to create something similar right here in the United States.
Ever gotten out of an Uber and given your driver a low rating because his car was dirty or he drove unsafely? Well, he can rate, you too, as can other "gig" service providers. Elgan writes:
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How convenient that Google had already designed that very same search app for Democrats.
Give thanks to Democrats, Google, and Communist China.
Haven’t used Google ever. Fake searches. Fake reality. Working for China to bring about world Tech control of human communication and information.
My Social Credit has to be close to zero.
Portrayed in Black Mirror, S3, E1 Nosedive.
Time to ask our congress critters to put these systems under the same rules as credit reporting agencies.
What search engine do you use instead of google?
How many stories about this have been posted today? Like 20?
Google’s motto is “one account all of Google”. And that is a fact in every way. You can’t even go a website anymore that doesn’t have at least “Google Analytics” or “Google recaptcha” APIs integrated for tracking and spying.
They have somehow convinced the industry that they have the absolute only way to do these features. When in reality they don’t provide one feature that cannot instead be added in house with a small private free script and not need Google services at all.
Good for you, stick to it.
I actually still use Google Advanced occasionally, but I recommend Startpage; it also has an Advanced version.
I have found I can circumvent Google bias by use of Advanced funtions; the monitoring facet is a separate issue.
My problem with the other alternatives is that they do not have an Advanced versions.
You could still achieve similar results, but it would require study on how to specify parameters effectively, and much more effort in typing.
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