Ryan E.
October 9, 2022

Google Busted By Attorney General, Forced To Pay - Hahaha

I'm sure the judge would have been ready to bang the gavel.

Instead, it didn't happen that way.

Google reached a settlement.

If you think Big Tech has ever been about making your life easier, think again.

They're about APPEARING to make your life easier. In the meantime, they're buying and selling you like cattle.

Your information, your address, your internet browsing habits, your marketing rights, your interests, your locations, your voting habits, and so much more is available to any advertiser at the drop of a hat.

So why have Americans been so willing to hand their lives over? Because unlike government, Big Tech often makes our lives easier. That doesn't mean they're anymore trustworthy than the government, and they need to be held accountable. In fact, they aren't better than the government. It's hard to believe, but they might even be more evil than the liberals like Nancy Pelosi and Kamala Harris at the top of our government.

Even if they aren't more evil, they certainly are more powerful.

And they're up to no good.

Now it's time to make them pay.

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich recently won his state $85 MILLION in a lawsuit settlement with Google LLC.

Google knew that the judge would hammer out a verdict against them, and they weren't taking any chances.

"When I was elected attorney general, I promised Arizonans I would fight for them and hold everyone, including corporations like Google, accountable," Brnovich said. "I am proud of this historic settlement that proves no entity, not even big tech companies, is above the law."

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