Regulating Google sounds like a good idea, but what really would be accomplished?
Any public regulatory body is sure to be highly politically correct, and would thus reinforce Google's toxic PC culture. Moreover, since Google, it has been claimed, is a product of the deep state, public regulation of Google would amount to one branch of the state monitoring the creation of another branch of the state, an arrangement unlikely to be productive of serious reform.
Much better is for the public to regulate Google by using another search engine. For example, by making DuckDuckGo your default search engine.
That way you may get a more unbiased view of the Web and privacy too.
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