Documentary Filmmaker Peter Schweizer Says Google’s Philosophy Aligns with ‘Burning Man’

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Peter Schweizer’s new documentary, The Creepy Line,  an investigation of the tech industry, will be released later this month.  Schweizer said that he was astounded at the dominance that Google has in the marketplace.  He was also surprised that the founders of Google have a utopian vision: they make decisions based on what they think is good and right instead of what users want.  He says Google’s leadership is idealistic and is epitomized by ‘Burning Man’, a secularist sort of religious gathering in the Nevada desert.  Google wants to be transformative, and because it has a virtual monopoly, it can manipulate what information is available through filtering and blocking instead of giving the user what they have requested. 

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