Google launches a cover up of the Google Spies saga

Google launches a cover up of the Google Spies saga

Shanghai : China | Jul 20, 2010 at 1:49 PM PDT
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After the search word ‘Obama Deception’ was deleted by Google, it is becoming more apparent that Google is involved in the censorship of the internet

Alex Jones recently came up with his documentary called Obama Deception, which was a behind-the-scenes look of the Obama government. This search word had topped the search word list on Google Trends and had received millions of hits on YouTube, but surprisingly the word suddenly disappeared from Google Trends and even the video somehow just vanished.

All this pointed towards the involvement of Google in the censorship of Obama Deception which showed that Google had links with the Government of US. After this happened, Alex Jones asked his fans to send the term ‘Google Spies’ to the top of Google Trends and see what happens.

The term Google Spies topped the Google Trends list but only after half an hour even that was removed from Trends confirming the fact that Google does indeed indulge in censorship. If that is the case, then what happened to freedom of speech? Are we turning into another China?

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In this Jan. 13, 2010 file photo, a Chinese flag flutters outside Google's China headquarters in Beijing.
In this Jan. 13, 2010 file photo, a Chinese flag flutters outside Google's China headquarters in Beijing. Google on Friday, July 9, 2010 said Beijing has renewed the license it needs to continue operating a website in China, securing the search giant's foothold in the world's biggest Internet market despite tensions over censorship. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan, File)
CindyRoberts25 is based in Los Angeles, California, United States of America, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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