Posts Tagged ‘Google’

Surveillance is Theft

December 12, 2013

Google Copies your Hard-Drive

Acer Chromebook [WP]

Ironically, Google’s Chromebook is the solution to this problem. Just keep your real computer with a hard-drive off line, or use anti-malware and anti-virus programs remove any tracking components that may have been installed.

A Chrome book has no hard-drive, and therefore is my choice for using on the internet.
I can save PDFs that I download onto a flash drive, I can have a 64GB Micro SD card installed.
I am getting the $199.00 ACER Chromebook at Best Buy.

If I want to surf to other locations on the web, but don’t want Google to Track me, then I can just…

You can still use you computer with a hard-drive, but just don’t sign-in to any social networks or email. If you do, say sign-in to Google, then Google is going to be tracking you.

Google+ Violating Privacy of Personal Photos

Photos of the storage facility where I am storing some stuff of mine, I took with my tablet computer, and only uploaded to the hard drive of my laptop computer. Then Google suddenly post some of the pic on Google Plus.

It doesn’t matter if the photos are only visible to me. I did not authorize or give any permission to Google to access the contents of my hard-drive. I did not upload these pictures. I have had my current laptop, which I purchased new last June (of 2013) run very slow, be unresponsive and even freeze. It seems Google is using it’s software tricks to have my computer work for it more while having my computer deprioritize me, when I am trying to use my computer.

The problem is only when I am online, offline, my computer is very fast.

If Google is accessing peoples photos without authorization from the owner of the pics, then what else are they copying (stealing) from my computer?

While I enjoy using gmail and Google Plus, I just have to say that…

I DON’T WANT GOOGLE COPYING MY HARD DRIVE OR HACKING INTO MY COMPUTER TO ACCESS MY PHOTOS THAT ARE ON MY COMPUTER. THIS VIOLATES MY PRIVACY RIGHTS AND IS AN INVASION OF PRIVACY. I DON’T TRUST ANY PERSON OR ENTITY THAT HACKS INTO MY PERSONAL COMPUTER AN ACCESSES MY STUFF, AND AN ESPECIALLY CONCERNED WITH AND PROTECTIVE OF WORKS THAT I CREATE WITH MY WORD PROCESSOR SOFTWARE. THIS PERTAINS TO “INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAWS”.

Google to enter operating system wars with Chrome OS

July 11, 2009
Google is really trying to take over the world, they’re coming out with a Chrome OS
by Brian S. Griffin
The Chrome browser is simply the centerpiece of a larger table setting; a full-blown operating system that will run without Windows or the MacOS beneath it.
It is slated for release in late 2010, and will be based on the linux operating system Ubuntu.
Google Chrome OS is an open source, lightweight operating system that will initially be targeted at netbooks, and most of the user experience takes place on the web.
It will be designed to be fast and lightweight, to start up and get you onto the web in a few seconds, and will be designed with security in mind.
That is, it’s “Google Chrome running within a new windowing system on top of a Linux kernel with the web as the platform.
It runs on x86 processors (like your standard Core 2 Duo) and ARM processors (like inside every mobile smartphone). Underneath lies security architecture that’s completely redesinged to be virus-resistant and easy to update.
Chrome OS is designed to operate on computers ranging from small netbooks to sull-size desktop systems for people who spend most of their time on the web.
Its essentially a Linux distro with a custom user interface running the Chrome browser.
If you uninstall everything but Firefox 3.5 on Ubuntu, would that be the Firefox OS?
Most of the user experience takes place on the web.
The software architecture is simply Google Chrome running within a new windowing system on top of a Linux kernel. It boots directly into the Chrome browser running on top of Linux.
The entire experience of Chrome takes place on the Internet, and the web is its platform as well.
Chrome OS is somewhere in between an entirely browser-based OS and a generic Linux distro, though leaning toward the former.
Chrome is designed with the web in mind, and willl be tied into Google’s extensive suite of services. It will be able to rn Linux-based applications, though it won’t be compatible with Windows. Not unless you use an emulator, such as Wine, to run Windows apps.
You can already use Gmail offline. I think that will be really indicative of other app experiences in a totally web-oriented Chrome OS with Google Gears. The same goes for Google Docs in offline mode, an option some people have been using for over a year. It’s no coincidence that Google pulled “Beta” off. of its web apps the day it announced Chrome OS.
Google has inexpensive, low-power, Linux-based netbooks in mind for Chrome OS, computer hobbist, such as myself will be able to install it on computers they already own.
If you have more than one computer, then use Chrome for web browsing, since it is more virus resistant. Provided downloading torrents, You Tube videos and online music is still possible.
Then your Windows system will never get corrupted by a virus or spyware.
Google is really trying to take over the world, they’re coming out with a Chrome OS
by Brian S. Griffin
The Chrome browser is simply the centerpiece of a larger table setting; a full-blown operating system that will run without Windows or the MacOS beneath it.
It is slated for release in late 2010, and will be based on the linux operating system Ubuntu.
Google Chrome OS is an open source, lightweight operating system that will initially be targeted at netbooks, and most of the user experience takes place on the web.
It will be designed to be fast and lightweight, to start up and get you onto the web in a few seconds, and will be designed with security in mind.┬áThat is, it’s “Google Chrome running within a new windowing system on top of a Linux kernel with the web as the platform.
It runs on x86 processors (like your standard Core 2 Duo) and ARM processors (like inside every mobile smartphone). Underneath lies security architecture that’s completely redesinged to be virus-resistant and easy to update.
Chrome OS is designed to operate on computers ranging from small netbooks to sull-size desktop systems for people who spend most of their time on the web.
Its essentially a Linux distro with a custom user interface running the Chrome browser.
If you uninstall everything but Firefox 3.5 on Ubuntu, would that be the Firefox OS?
Most of the user experience takes place on the web.
The software architecture is simply Google Chrome running within a new windowing system on top of a Linux kernel. It boots directly into the Chrome browser running on top of Linux.
The entire experience of Chrome takes place on the Internet, and the web is its platform as well.
Chrome OS is somewhere in between an entirely browser-based OS and a generic Linux distro, though leaning toward the former.
Chrome is designed with the web in mind, and willl be tied into Google’s extensive suite of services. It will be able to rn Linux-based applications, though it won’t be compatible with Windows. Not unless you use an emulator, such as Wine, to run Windows apps.
You can already use Gmail offline. I think that will be really indicative of other app experiences in a totally web-oriented Chrome OS with Google Gears. The same goes for Google Docs in offline mode, an option some people have been using for over a year. It’s no coincidence that Google pulled “Beta” off. of its web apps the day it announced Chrome OS.
Google has inexpensive, low-power, Linux-based netbooks in mind for Chrome OS, computer hobbist, such as myself will be able to install it on computers they already own.
If you have more than one computer, then use Chrome for web browsing, since it is more virus resistant. Provided downloading torrents, You Tube videos and online music is still possible.
Then your Windows system will never get corrupted by a virus or spyware.