This is from InfoWars / Alex Jones. I’ve not had any of his stuff be “exactly wrong”, but he does sometimes indulge in hyperbole and “punching things up”. That said, if this is even remotely true, that Chrome will be choosing to block sites even if you found them via something other than Google Search, then that’s a problem. It does look like it is configurable, though.
I occasionally use a Chromium browser to post things. That’s the open source version of the browser on Linux. One also hopes that it can be made in a “censorship free” version when the time comes. (I’m use it since Google / YouTube have started using libraries / code that causes FireFox to have “issues” some times with things like getting the “embed link” popup to work.) In the longer term I’d like a completely different browser from either of them (Brave has been nice on the tablet…) but options on ARM Linux are limited.
(Natural News) By late 2020, Google’s Chrome browser will automatically block all so-called anti-cancer, “anti-vax” and anti-GMO websites as part of Google’s collapse into a Monsanto/Pharma criminal cartel. Users who want to visit websites that expose the scientifically-validated risks and potential harm of vaccines, chemotherapy, glyphosate or GMOs will have to switch to alternative browsers and search engines, since the Google.com search engine is already in the process of eliminating all such websites from its search results.
Within a year or so, the Google Chrome browser won’t even allow a user to visit sites like NaturalNews.com without changing the browser’s default settings. The only websites accessible through Chrome will be those which are “approved” to promote mass medication, chemotherapy, pesticides, vaccines, fluoride, 5G cell towers and other poisons that enrich powerful, globalist corporations while dumbing down the population.
This is the conclusion from a high-level source that told Natural News months ago about the coming purge of organics and natural health websites from Google — a purge that accelerated last week with the removal of Mercola.com and thousands of other natural health sites from Google search results.
Google will also penalize all websites that promote Donald Trump, Christianity or conservatism
The censorship of the tech giants won’t stop at natural health information, of course. Natural News has also learned that Google’s algorithms are being aggressively modified to penalize or block all websites that promote Donald Trump, Christianity or conservatism. This is being done at the browser level, where Chrome browsers will remotely download lists of websites to block or penalize.
The Chrome browser may either display a warning message when a user attempts to access one of the sites (i.e. “Warning: This site contains dangerous information,” etc.) or the browser may completely block the website, requiring the user to manually bypass the blocking in order to access the site.
In essence, websites that promote nutrition, natural health, herbal medicine or the healing arts will be categorized by Google as “malicious content” sites, similar to sites that contain hacking scripts or malware. This is all being put into place at the highest levels of Google and will affect all Google products, including YouTube, Google News and others.
Google to monitor users who attempt to access “banned” websites
According to our source, Google’s Chrome browser will also report back to Google when a logged in users attempts to access one of these sites, adding a “social penalty score” to that user, mirroring communist China’s social credit scoring system. This social scoring system will be later used by Google to deny services to users who are considered “untrustworthy” by Google.
Google Chrome is already well-documented to be “surveillance software” that spies on its own users. As published on EvilGoogle.news:
The only device I have that runs actual Chrome is an HP Chromebox I bought about 8? years ago. My laptop died when I was “on the road” and I needed some basic internet connectivity from where I was living at the time. It was cheap… It also has the ability to be converted to a regular Linux distribution. I’ve been thinking of doing that for years, but not gotten to it yet. As it is now also reaching the end of software support (or may be past it…) I guess it is about time.
As it stands, it makes a decent media center. That’s all I use it for now. I have no “Google Docs” on it, nor anything else, really. Browser with some links saved. Play videos to the TV. I can likely swap in the Raspberry Pi Kodi box for it. Then there wouldn’t be any reason for me to care about blowing away the Chrome OS / Browser…
It does simplify one decision for me though. I’d been thinking of getting a Chromebook as an on the road laptop. Again, because it is cheap. That’s now off the table. I’d rather get some used POS that I can convert to linux and not have to deal with all the “Google Issues”…
So, in summary, it is looking ever more like “Google & Chrome: Just say NO!”.