In this premier episode of The Geopolitical Report with Kurt Nimmo, we examine Google’s Jigsaw, an emerging technology that will be used on the internet to counter speech and ideas considered “extremist” by the global elite. Initially beta tested on radical Islamists, we demonstrate how Google and its partners plan to leverage the technology to marginalize and ultimately eliminate opposition to the establishment.
Google launches “Jigsaw,” headed by former State Department official, to “tackle geopolitical challenges”
Still, at least the name JIGSAW doesn’t sound exactly like a leaked NSA program.
A couple of weeks ago, I had a conversation with a friend about Google’s Jared Cohen. Specifically we were talking about Cohen’s speech at Chatham House where he proposed a “digital counterinsurgency,” forcing terror groups like ISIS off the public web.
Pando readers may recognise Cohen’s name from our earlier story about his time at the State Department where, a Wikileaks cable revealed, he had been tasked with convincing Afghan telcos to move their cell towers on to US bases.
Given Cohen’s past work implementing US foreign policy, I suggested to my friend that perhaps, just perhaps, we should be more than a little concerned that he now seemed to be proposing that Google should build tools which seek to ban from the public Internet those people who the government has deemed undesirable.
In other words, that Cohen appeared to be proposing that Google turn into a private arm of the US State Department. His comments were followed up by another Google Ideas colleague, Yasmin Green, who suggested that Google might manipulated advertisements to “connect, distract, disrupt, and maybe sell a different product” to Isis supporters.
Green was formerly employed as a “senior consultant” by Booz Allen Hamilton, the US intelligence contractor which formerly employed Edward Snowden. READ MORE HERE
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