an interesting exchange. doesn’t prove anything but certainly gives an insight
I find it very interesting how this video is edited and when it's cut off.
He's being clearly badgered, especially by Mr. Poe. He tried to answer and he keeps getting interrupted. He was trying to tell Mr. Poe that Google doesn't track movements by default
; however, there may be a program that Mr. Poe has downloaded that may track his movements. That is correct. If you have downloaded maps, or if you allow your location to be known, then your phone is going to track your movements. That is not on Google. That is on you. Now why was that part of the clip truncated?
There was no yes/no answer to his question without knowing more information, which he also attempted to explain to Mr. Poe. No = not by default; yes = if you've downloaded an app which permits your location to be known. Yet, Mr. Poe continued to interrupt him and demand a yes or no answer.
I could address each question like the above. But it's exasperating. I was in the legal profession for 14 years and it burns me up the way some people in power treat others.
Hate speech and ( proven ) false information should never be allowed to be disseminated. I applaud any company for kicking it, along with those who are blatantly attempting to push its agenda to the curb.
Hate speech and ( proven ) false information is not a partisan issue; it's a moral one.