July 16, 2017 by Jon Anthony
With information becoming more connected each and every day, many US citizens have raised concerns over privacy.
Privacy activists have attacked phone companies in particular for giving away personal user information to the NSA with zero permission.
The worst offender by far, however, isn’t Verizon or AT&T, but rather an internet search engine conglomerate known as Alphabet Inc.
Founded in 2015, the American multinational conglomerate Alphabet Inc. was created as a parent company of Google and several former Google subsidiaries. Alphabet Inc. made a whopping $90.27 billion in 2016, and has over $160 billion in total assets.
If you aren’t scared yet, you should be. This multinational conglomerate owns 12 separate companies, each of which has an incredible stranglehold in their areas of expertise.
From Calico, a longevity research company, to Deep Mind, their AI research program, it’s astonishing they haven’t been broken up…
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