The Democrats have roped tech giants into their sphere of influence.
They already have the corporate-controlled press in their back pocket.
But Democrats are panicking after the biggest name in internet browsers just got terrible news.
When Google dropped its credo “Don’t be evil,” that should have been a clear indication of dubious intent.
Since then, Google, arguably the most powerful company in human history, has operated in truly disturbing ways.
For example, the company has been caught manipulating its search feature in favor of liberal page results.
But Google might have some competition in the search game from insurgent web browser Brave.
Brave announced, “One year ago, we launched Brave Search to give everyone online a real choice over Big Tech: a privacy-protecting, unbiased alternative to Google and Bing, and a truly independent alternative to providers—such as DuckDuckGo or Startpage—that rely on Big Tech to run…Brave Search has grown faster than any search provider since Bing. Some numbers: (1) 2.5 billion queries in the past 365 day; (2) a high of 14.1 million queries per day; (3) 5 billion queries annualized…For comparison, it took Google more than a year to reach 2.5 billion queries, and DuckDuckGo more than 4 years.”
Brave is the brainchild of CEO Brendan Eich, who co-founded Mozilla Firefox.
Eich was run out of that company after it was revealed that he donated $1,000 in 2008 to the Proposition 8 ballot initiative in California to ban gay marriage in the Golden State.
Brave’s rapid success shows that there are good alternatives to Google’s Big Tech dominance.
The company provides a web browser that is significantly more committed to privacy, whereas much of Google’s revenue comes from selling users’ information.
And desired search topics are less likely to be suppressed on Brave.
As other good products come online, Google may not maintain its current stranglehold much longer.
Google isn’t doing itself any favors by being so outwardly in the bag for the Democrats.
Congressional Republicans are currently in a fight with the tech giant over its suppression of emails sent by GOP campaigns.
Republicans point to independent research from North Carolina State University indicating that conservative groups and political campaigns’ emails are directed to spam far more regularly than emails from Democrats.
If Google insists on playing favorites, conservatives and libertarians should make the switch to Brave.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.