Google – Behind The Lies

Sat, Sep 15, 2012, by Alan Breck


The monster emerges and devours all in its path.

Google search engine for browsers began in the mid to late 1990’s and was immediately set apart from other search engines like Yahoo and MSN due to the lack of advertisement on the home page. In fact, Google stated they would never clutter up the homepage with sponsors. But they sure managed to clutter it up with stuff we don’t want or need. For example, I am a Linux user and don’t use Chrome to browse, so every time I enter Google a bug in the upper right corner says, “A faster way to browse the web” Install Google Chrome today. If you like Chrome but not Google spying on you, I suggest you download SRWare Iron from It is a Chromium based browser without all the Google spyware attached.

Fact – Google Chrome includes a generated installation number which will be sent to Google after the installation is complete.

Fact – Every time you put something in the address line,the information is sent to Google. When you type a false address in the address bar, this is sent to Google and you get an error message from Google’s servers. Aw, snap!

Fact – Calls URL tracker depending on the configuration five seconds after launch the Google homepage opens in background.

So I take it you don’t want to switch to Linux and you like some of the features of Google Chrome. Here is how to get the setup without all the deceptions. Install SRWare’s Iron Browser then remove Google Chrome. Next go to chrome plug ins and search for Stylish. Stop over at to get a style you like for the Google pages. Both “Google Black” and “Google Subspace” are very popular. Stylish plug in can repaint any web page and disable many unwanted features.

Personally I loved Google before it became the father of lies. It was fast and didn’t annoy me with ads. I would say it was almost psychic, but now it is just psycho. A friend at work told me they want you to sign in all the time. The players at Google want to pry and spy and window peek into our lives and I don’t need friends like that, do you?

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