ELECTGOP: a Grassroot Organization for Conservatives
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ELECTGOP.NET is a Republican information page solely sponsored and maintained by Ken Weide.
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Where's the GOP on big tech? Anti-regulation is the default position, but after what happened to Saul Epstein we need to open the discussion. Saul's son Jacob died of a drug overdose last year and because of who Saul is, the story took off in the gossip media. Now, if you do a name search in Google, you'll see right on page one a reference to the drug overdose of his son, something that deeply troubles him since he'd rather that information be kept among the family. He desperately wants to remove Google results but Google does not answer his removal requests, which in the EU would have to be removed by law. Not so in the US. There are many reports of harmful search results - here's one good example advocating to regulate Google. He researched what online reputation management services were capable of and the removal of search results was something they offered, usually bundled along with other services like review management, media monitoring, periodic checks for 3rd party attacks, digital advertising, etc. Since he only wanted the search removal service, he eventually discovered a unique service that used search engine optimization to ethically and legally hide negative search results. These kinds of services are very expensive with ongoing monthly fees. Saul could afford them, but should he have to? Should big tech firms like Google be regulated to ensure our privacy is protected in some way, maybe provide a way to get private information removed from Google? Where does the GOP stand on the regulation of Google? Anybody got a convincing answer?
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