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Google can spy on you as much as they want because they're not the government, they're just a private company!by Jaguarin whatever

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In 2016, Pentagon founded "a Defense Innovation Advisory Board, meant to provide advice to the Department of Defense from a Silicon Valley point of view", and appointed Eric Schmidt.

https://web.archive.org/web/20160303103059/https://www.wired.com/2016/03/ex-google-ceo-eric-schmidt-head-pentagon-innovation-board/

    What did you always want to know about Russia but were afraid to ask? by Jaguarin ask

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    We had the same idea like 3-4 seconds apart

      What did you always want to know about Russia but were afraid to ask? by Jaguarin ask

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      Do you have a (Russian) girlfriend? (or ex)

      Is it hard to make her laugh?

        What did you always want to know about Russia but were afraid to ask? by Jaguarin ask

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        Do you own a fur hat?

        How often do you play chess?

        When's the last time you were in a fist-fight?

          Technology Company Corporation Organization Chartsin technology

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          https://www.nytimes.com/2004/04/29/business/letter-from-the-founders.html

          "The main effect of this structure is likely to leave our team, especially Sergey and me, with significant control over the company’s decisions and fate, as Google shares change hands. New investors will fully share in Google’s long term growth but will have less influence over its strategic decisions than they would at most public companies."

            What's a good way to kill yourself?in ask

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            Play the long game. Kill yourself with cell division over the course of 90 years/ This leads to cancer, heart disease and other problems that do you in.

              ACLU: Border Agents Violate Constitution When They Search Electronic Devicesby go1dfishin politics

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              I love that 'Decline cookies and visit plain text site' option that NPR has. That should be everywhere.

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