Whoever controls the gates of the Internet and the flow of its information controls the world — and right now, Google, with its massive reach, is in control.
But the immense — and growing — power of America's search giant poses risks for privacy and competition, and raises the question, Is Google too big?
Newsmax magazine's special report "Google vs. Everyone" offers an in-depth look at the online empire that the Times of London dubbed "the fastest-growing company in the history of the world," a behemoth that logs 2 billion searches a day, controls 69 percent of the online ad market, and has a value greater than the gross domestic product of nations such as New Zealand, Kuwait, and Ukraine.
And with control of about 70 percent of the U.S. Internet search market, Google is in a unique position to determine the destiny of individuals, corporations and America itself.
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This exclusive Newsmax report explores:
- The Google empire — YouTube, Gmail, Blogger, and much more
- Google's worrisome presence in Washington
- Why the Democrats love Google
- The antitrust threats against Google
- Why conservatives are wary of Google
- How the recession has helped Google's bottom line
- The company's humble origins: "Backrub" in 1996
- Rupert Murdoch's warning to Google
- Why Google backs Obama's "Net neutrality" plan
- Facebook's growing impact on Google
- Why Germany launched a criminal probe of Google
- How Google has revolutionized advertising
- The "Google Generation's" bad habits
- Google's algorithm — a closely guarded secret
- The amazing success of the Android mobile phone system
- How Google dealt with Chinese censorship
- The company's astounding profit margin
- Google's big plunge into the electronic book market
- How Google could help fight a global pandemic
- The FCC's probe of Google Street View's "privacy violations"
- Why simplicity is the secret to Google's success
- Google TV: "The biggest advance in broadcasting since color television"
- Why Madison Avenue is scared to death of Google
- How Google data could be "a divorce lawyer's best friend"
- The warnings of Google as a "dangerous new monopolist"
- And more
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