In a set of bold and sweeping moves, Google announced the release of Google Purge, which will attempt to destroy all copyrighted materials that cannot be indexed by Google.
"Thanks to Google Purge, you'll never have to worry that your search has missed some obscure book, because that book will no longer exist. And the same goes for movies, art, and music."
The move will include book burning, and speculation has it that the initiative will soon cover handwritten correspondence, buried fossils, and private thoughts and feelings.
"This announcement is a red flag," said Daniel Brandt, founder of Google-Watch.org. "I certainly don't want to accuse of them having bad intentions. But this campaign of destruction and genocide raises some potential privacy concerns."
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