What if Google tried to blackmail you into using Google+?

Now there’s a concept.

You could have detected an undeniable sturdiness, tending towards meanness, from Google lately.

The view from its mountain is more aggressive, extra centered, and extra businesslike.

Why, Google’s simply bought itself a militia robot company. Most likely it’ll use the robots to combat the NSA’s snoops.

The corporate additionally combative in its desire to get you to make use of Google+.

Oddly, many individuals seem to be resisting. So a new video from school Humor posits a new (relatively NSFW in locations) idea for Google: straight-up, no nonsense blackmail.

“Either you join Google+, or we release all of the personal knowledge we know about you,” says the kindly voiceover.

This, of course, would never happen. Google is always at pains to inform us that there’s one mantra we will have to always dangle to: trust Google.

But the corporate history is affected by incidents in which folksy’s trust was overcommitted. For those who Google “Google fined…” first thing that comes up is “Google fined for privacy…”

Through this imagined Blackmail product, Google threatens to disclose to your family and friends your whole search historical past. Yes, including “bestiality criminal where.”

It also reminds you, with the tone of “we all know where you live,” that it does know the place you reside, in addition to just about the whole lot about you. This means that the tawdry, in addition to the good.

So, if you know what’s just right for you, you’ll join Google+. Then, in the phrases of this video, which you could make it more like facebook: “something you hate, but so connected to the whole lot that you’re feeling forced to make use of it.

 

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You may think this is putrid exaggeration. You may think that no evil would come from Google — or at least no evil akin to this.

Oh, but while you fell in love along with your first partner you by no means concept they’d change into a foot-fetish zing embezzler with a large collection of squirrel skulls, did you?

 

Author: Rohit Shetty

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