Saturday, February 13, 2016

VIDEO: Jon Stewart warns that Google is coming by air and by sea

Google is everywhere. It's monitoring every keystroke you make at home and at the office. It's in your pocket and, now, it's coming for you by air and sea. Jon Stewart and the rest of the folks at The Daily Show dedicated a segment to pointing out that mysterious buildings constructed with cargo containers on a barges in Portland, Maine and in the San Francisco Bay suggest that Google is up to something.

VIDEO: Jon Stewart warns that Google is coming by air and by sea

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Screenshot via The Daily Show

Google is everywhere. It's monitoring every keystroke you make at home and at the office. It's in your pocket and, now, it's coming for you by air and sea. Jon Stewart and the rest of the folks at The Daily Show dedicated a segment to pointing out that mysterious buildings constructed with cargo containers on a barges in Portland, Maine and in the San Francisco Bay suggest that Google is up to something.

Stewart reminds viewers about the high-tech WiFi hubs that Google launched earlier this year and mentions Google's Calico branch, which was prominently featured in a recent Time cover story titled, "Can Google Solve Death?"

*Frantically googles "what to do when Google comes for your soul"*

Be afraid, people. Be very afraid.

http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/wed-october-30-2013/jon-stewart-looks-at-floaters?xrs=share_copy

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