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Google Initiates Global Censorship Policy

SHOAH – by Avalon 

It would appear from initial Google searches performed from April 25th through 28th that Google has determined that the only way to control Alternative Media researcher is to discontinue viewing cached site contents.

One will notice that when doing a Google search, the Cached results are barely available for postings that are online for 18 hours or less. In addition to this censorship, Google has determined that providing an image is no longer in the intelligence agencies best interest. This is a policy of government influenced control, or rather, the actual power behind Google is now demanding censorship of the once available content.  

Cached content is still available, but without images to view, one is significantly handicapped in quickly locating relevant content or previewing the site, as was once possible.

As most know, Google is the largest search engine on Earth, and its rise to power and consolidation of content is a clear indication of not only government/intelligence funding, but protection.

Intellihub.com exposed the In-Q-Tel involvement in Google, Facebook and YouTube some time ago.

In-Q-Tel of Arlington, Virginia, United States is a not-for-profit venture capital firm that invests in high-tech companies for the sole purpose of keeping the Central Intelligence Agency, and other intelligence agencies, equipped with the latest in information technology in support of United States intelligence capability.[4]

In-Q-Tel is the venture capital arm of the CIA.

http://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/inqtel/

(18:12, 3 September 2004‎)

 

In-Q-Tel is the corporate funding arm of the Central Intelligence Agency CIA – this is a well documented fact as the Wikipedia article explains. Along with scientific research and technology, social media are the major player today. DARPA is a similar government agency that controls enormous funding that is invested in promising ideas – primarily social media in that it facilitates controlling and understanding the population globally.

Research by James Corbett of CorbettReport.com explains in great detail the In-Q-Tel and CIA cooperation as well as many other corporate entities whose business it is to create advanced software to facilitate spying on not only the American Public, but the global population – an excerpt:

Gainspan Corporation manufactures low power Wi-Fi semiconductors that form the heart of modern remote sensing, monitoring and control technologies.

Recorded Future Inc. is a Massachusetts web startup that monitors the web in real time and claims its media analytics search engine can be used to predict the future.

Keyhole Corp. created the 3D earth visualization technology that became the core of Google Earth.

The common denominator? All of these companies, and hundreds more cutting edge technology and software startups, have received seed money and investment funding from In-Q-Tel, the CIA’s own venture capital firm.

A groundbreaking video by James Corbett goes into the details of In-Q-Tel

Here is an excerpt from the corbettreport.com James Corbett Interviews Jordan Kaufman 10/12/2009

JC: Well, that’s right – those tricks still continue today. And that’s why the CIA has front venture capital firms likeIn-Q-Tel which provide seed money to Facebook[5], which then becomes all the rage – and accomplishes exactly what the US government was attempting to do with the Information Awareness Office – which was: create these vast relational databases, so that they could track who was interacting with who. Well, now we all sign up and give that information for free to Facebook, and whoever is behind Facebook for free. And we actually enjoy doing it. So they do know how to manipulate the human being.

More importantly, Google has censored a critical article by RT.com that explains from NSA Whistleblower William Binney. The entire article is reproduced for archive purposes and to inform the public that your privacy has been completely removed by the government intelligence agencies – including Google with its tracking of every link you go to online, which laughably they state is for marketing purposes.

Source & Research

In-Q-Tel is a CIA-linked venture capital firm that often funds companies viewed as having the potential to develop capabilities of use to the intelligence community, such as Palantir. Some employees, such as CISO Daniel Geer Jr., have been vocal in their concerns about the dangers that may arise from the intelligence contracting industry.

Company Overview of In-Q-Tel, Inc.

‘Everyone in US under virtual surveillance’ – NSA whistleblower

Victor Hugo – A Brief Summary of his Life

Victor Hugo – Wikiquote

Carrier IQ claims it wants to be transparent about its monitoring of smart phones.

Meet In-Q-Tel, the CIA’s Venture Capital Firm (Preview)

Silicon Spies: The US government and the tech revolution

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8 Responses to Google Initiates Global Censorship Policy

  1. vibhuti says:

    If you realize that Google and Gmail are mason entities, the logo for gmail is the apron after all, hello? The same stealth manipulators pushing the NWO agenda own and control Google, whats so hard to understand?

  2. JM says:

    G has been scrubbing content for some time. Even the G keyword tool is rigged. I searched the keywords “martial law in the usa” and it showed almost no search volume, which is patently false.

    startpage.com uses G technology and does not track you.

    youtube has been deleting lots of truth vids. Wanna save them before they get censored? Use firefox and get the free ANT video downloader. It sets up in your icons on top. When a vid starts playing, just click the ant icon and it will capture the full vid and save it in your downloads folder under “ant videos.”

    For real anonymous surfing, download the TOR firefox browser bundle – it will mask your IP from your ISP and G. Has no spyware and is clean.

    FF also has a free addon called anonymox that you can set turn on or off, and will let you appear to be in another US city, the UK, or the Netherlands. The free version has a popup that appears every few minutes in the lower left screen, and you can just kill it by clicking close, [and NOT deactivate}.

    Ccleaner is a free download that REALLY deletes ALL tracking cookies, TIF’s and other temp files etc, and you can set it to delete at 7 passes [overwrites of data] the DoD standard under settings.

    For me, keeping a ciabook a/k/a facebook account for personal reasons is just kind of feeding the beast. I closed my fb account 2 years ago. I will not even use FB for a biz account.

    I have been using gmails, but am actively looking for alternatives in the next few weeks.

    • if you find a good alternative, do tell — please. leave a mesage at my blog, or write me (address in blog footer).

      btw that link is to the first installment of my collected hacking advice to get around censorship and get the page you want. this article makes me want to do a seperate installment just on google cache. i don’t know if you can call it censorship unless you prove it across all browsers, etc.; for instance, the lack of images is specific to this author’s configuration — i do not get thumbnails of any web pages.

      also i notice various browsers have quit offering google cache altogether. this corroborates this author’s hypothesis to some extent — an hypothesis upon which i wish more time had been spent.

      one needs many more datapoints, or an admission by google, to credibly warant the headline. despite connections to government intelligence, and even though such connections furnish means, motive, and opportunity.

      perhaps i shall compile a list of all such of which i am personally aware. it is starting to add up…

      ..but hasn’t so far met my standards such that an assetion such as this headline can be made. therefore, i have been slow to call it such, prefering to concentrate on finding ways around the problem.

      as a side note, i do not think censorship would be global so much as individual — techniques, that are harder to prove, that target the internet as experienced on a person by person basis. this is the direction in which the overwhelming majority of indices point. do a search forr “dns sinkhole,” “email quarantine,” “filter bubble,” “dns hijacking.” while you still can.

      “the connection was reset while the page was trying to load.”

      be seeing you.

      • diggerdan says:

        Why not just use a search engine that encripts everything a female faust? I use startpage and I do not have any probs at all, and I also have heard that duckduckgo is another good search engine. I have always said F google, facebook, twitter, and all of that crap. Just use a good search engine that encripts everything.

        • because i am interested also in the state of things, in what others are experiencing. to some extent i think it is a good question, a worthy debate, whether tis more effective to use startpage or another such, or to enumerate the wrongs and help provide workable remedies for each individually.

          effectiveness depends upon the relevance of the utility, on short and long term success rates. your use of an encrypted search (and notably wise, not google’s, although it is probably, like almost all search, based thereon) i would call exemplary of short term success. if in fact you circumvent the censorship in question, or alternately, if you by using it enjoy the benefits that that censored information — in this case, the page cached at google’s webcache.googleusercontent.com — provided.

          the question rests on the categorical imperative: if this solution were universally applied, would the problem be resolved? would it even be universally applied? that is, would everyone start to use statpage — and would that end at least this symptom of censorship (whether or not the fact of censorship may be proven)?

          you can see why i chose instead to develop methods to “fix” such issues directly: i feel i am fightling the issue in a way that makes the best use of my efforts.

          we all fight for truth and justice in different ways, if we are to make the best use of ourselves, as long as there isn’t some immediate overarching threat that forces us to our wills together as one and in one way.

          which brings me to my last point in this sketch of an answer: there is one such threat that stands bigger than all others, and that is the current war on general computing. by eliminating the ability to program, the understanding of computing as a technology and not magic — by making specialized computers or softwares into appliances – this evil fascist corporatism deals freedom and truth and its own growth a huge blow. see Rushkoff’s “Program or Be Programmed,” “Innovation Under Austerity” by Eben Moglen (ESSENTIAL), and Cory Doctorow’s excellent call to arms, “The Coming Civil War over General-purpose Computing.”

          postscript: to some extent i think a solution is better if it calls to mind and educates the user about the nature of the problem, as long as it still exists. this provides a sort of secondary or second-generation success (people will be wary of the problem, able to nip it in the bud should it reappear, as opposed to just shrugging their shoulders, figuring the information was just ‘unavailable’ or that they didn’t want it anyway. the latter response is part of a slippery slope. first they targeted the boobs that use facebook, but i don’t use facebook and never have, and was too busy to worry about it anyway… then they came for the sheeple that google, but i use encrypted search…

          do not misunderstand me: i am very grateful that encrypted search exists, and do use it when i see it is best….

          • diggerdan says:

            I understand a female faust, but wouldn`t it be better to not have these sneaky bastards like bill gates, or places like google or these other things like twitter etc.? Yea ya know it would be good to know what to look for but why should we have to worry about stuff. Google doesn`t like Startpage because startpage encripts everything and google love to snoop into every bodys business like a bunch of busy bodies and as busy bodys always do, they like their own interpertation of what they think is being said or done. I have heard that duckduckgo is even more private than startpage if I remember right. I just absolutely do not see anything good about places like google or yahoo or twitter, etc. because they like to stick their noses where their noses don`t belong. If ya understand what I`m sayin` there a female faust. You pose a good argumenty , but then again we are suppose to have our privacy respected don`t we. But then again I guess we all can see what the PTB want for america don`t we all?

    • katwomyn says:

      I switched to an Opera browser-supported email client (myopera.com) First download Opera browser for PC or mobile then open an email account. Opera is a tech company based in one of the Scandinavian countries. It’s well-respected in the tech world and has 0% chance of selling out to the globalists.

  3. i do have a good set of ways aound google cache being unavailable or broken – if i remember i will come back and post the link, or just check my Outwitting Internet Censorship (Be It Intentional, Malicious, Or Accidental) to which already posted, wonderfully hack filled page (including points pertinent to the above) new installments will necessarily be linked.

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