Satirical Site Shows Off The Fake Google Products Of The Future
Activists show our lives might soon be under the control of big tech.
As technology continues to burrow its way deeper into our lives, it’s impossible to ignore important issues such as data collection policies and online privacy. To get people thinking, a German activist organization called Peng Collective recently put up a website that parodies a future controlled by Google. It plays off the company’s recent acquisition of Nest, and features four products that were so convincing, Google were quick to have the site taken down.
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