Google promotes skin color segregation by putting a special label on black-owned businesses
In fact, owning the entire Internet space, the mega corporation Google cannot but take advantage of its privilege to instill personal views on modern society. Another innovation already blew up the media space when the IT giant announced that black-owned business would be tagged by race.
As part of our ongoing commitment to racial equity, we’re introducing an icon that makes it easier to identify and #SupportBlackBusiness in the U.S., in partnership with @USBlackChambers → https://t.co/t5lbq4x1Hp— Google (@Google) July 30, 2020
Tag a Black-owned business you’d like to see add the icon ???? pic.twitter.com/br0cIaZlvn
Many Twitter users have already compared this policy to the fascist regime of Germany during the Second World War and the KKK.
Off Topic: Google now allows stores to be "branded" as owned by black owners. The last time they started branding stores and differentiating them by the "race" (I hate that word when applied in HUMANS!) From its owner, it didn't go well! pic.twitter.com/PpcZx7bxwG— Bernardo P Kuster (@thomashelbybr) July 31, 2020
Obviously, with unlimited access to billions of users around the world, Google also has the ability to impose the “bitter pill” of division of society in the wrapper of racial equality.
shoping with the bois pic.twitter.com/ltQ72Fkfwo— Rogue (@RogueIsc) July 31, 2020
At the moment, the new feature will be available only in the United States in test mode.
Hey @Google! I have just updated your logo to reflect your new policy on My Business pages. ⭐️ ⤵️— w://iam (@wget42) July 31, 2020
I have an impression of DejaVu from 39-45 (and no, I'm not speaking of the size of a character font here). pic.twitter.com/1ukgsJaoyA