If you’d like to know what a propaganda campaign, carried out by a powerful entity apparently lacking any semblance of disclosure and/or transparency might look like in a democracy – look no further than this spate of recent “opinion pieces” cropping up on US-based media outlets.
“The report provides evidence that Google was deceiving consumers before 2012, and the recent fines levied against Google suggest that Google never stopped,” Hawley writes.
The social media giant is rumored to be paying up to $1 billion for the company.
Titled after the antagonist of the famous Harry Potter series, the document is known as the “Project Voldemort.”
He told NPR that the lack of more forceful government interference in the way tech companies do their business will eventually spell the downfall of democracy.
Apple’s has long been accused of using its alleged App Store monopoly to block certain apps.
The jury’s still out on whether Warren has a viable plan, and how successful it might be, or if the whole thing is just a case of campaign rhetoric.
Politicians have been condemning Becerra’s lack of participation in the investigation of Google.
This new guideline will also ensure the fact that there will be greater scope for competition as all players, either big or small will have access to the customer data.
“Even the largest social media platform in the world must follow the law and respect consumers.