Search & Destroy: Why You Can't Trust Google Inc.
Book Author News Order
Holistic Survival PodcastJason Hartman interviews Scott Cleland.
Korean version of Search & Destroy now available in South Korea
Portuguese version of Search & Destroy now available in Brazil
Daily Caller Op-EdGoogle's Radical Agenda
C-SPAN InterviewScott Cleland on The Communicators
Glenn BeckAuthor Brad Thor urges listeners to read Search & Destroy (video)
American Thinker Op-EdWhy Google Replaced the Golden Rule with 'Don't Be Evil'
Fox News BaltimoreGoogle Security Concerns (video)
The Digital SheepdogSurrendering Our Privacy
Blog on BooksBook Review
Daily Caller Op-EdGoogle's Dangerous Mission
E-commerce TimesJeff Kagan's Pick of the Week
Secure Freedom RadioFrank Gaffney interviews author Scott Cleland
Daily Caller Op-EdGoogle's Pirate Side
Huffpost Tech Op-EdBig Brother Inc.
Internet EvolutionHow Evil Is Google? Ask This Man
Forbes' CIO Network Op-EdGoogle Disregards the Law
KSFO — Morning Show host Brian Sussman: “This is one of the most important books I have ever read.”
Washington Times Op-EdCleland: E-totalitarianism at Google
Official Launch Press ReleaseNew Book from Telescope Books Alleges That Google Is a Serial Violator of Privacy and Property Rights
Fox & Friends TVCan You Trust Google?
Consumer WatchdogNew book explains why you can't trust Google
Washington Post ConversationsLive Q&A with Scott Cleland at 12:00 ET on Tuesday, May 10.
Politico Morning TechMay 5, 2011 subscription newsletter
“Google is unique in how aggressively it seeks to have its technology permeate electoral processes,” Cleland says. In the book, he talks about how candidates are provided a free YouTube Channel, office software, and campaign management tools that all are embedded with tracking capabilities.
USATODAY.comScott Cleland’s new book details why Google can’t be trusted
Byron Acohido’s LastWatchdog.comScott Cleland’s new book details why Google can’t be trusted
FoxNews.comSearch & Destroy author Scott Cleland on Fox News

“Scott Cleland's new book explains what getting 'Googled' really means — having your private information exploited, your personal security compromised, your market choices eliminated, and your naive trust in the company's public pronouncements betrayed. Cleland's perspective will resonate most with conservatives and libertarians, but, in truth, every computer user needs to read this book before clicking on the Google site again.”
- Gary Reback, author of Free The Market! and the antitrust lawyer who spearheaded the Federal Government's case against Microsoft in the 1990s

“A courageous and important book — persuasively argued and well defended.”
- Ben Edelman, Assistant Professor, Harvard Business School

“There is no one that writes more incisively about Google than Scott Cleland.”
- Randolph May, President, Free State Foundation

“Search & Destroy provides an eye-opening assessment of Google's "free" services that will lead many to question their online choices.”
- Roger Entner, Analyst & Founder, Recon Analytics

“Search and Destroy is an important book - for the first time it puts a spotlight on all the issues arising from Google's advertising and search dominance.”
- Simon Buckingham, Founder of Appitalism

“Search and Destroy is a thoughtful and richly illustrated examination of the issues arising from Google's overwhelming dominance of search and search advertising.’
- Shivaun Raff, CEO & Co-Founder of Foundem

“Cleland was the first person to begin documenting how Google uses it massive profit and influence from its very successful search advertising business to expand its dominance into new market areas like mobile. Search & Destroy is a fantastic accounting of the activities and intentions of one of the tech world's most powerful companies.”
- Ted Morgan, CEO & Founder of Skyhook Inc.

“Google is quickly turning from the fair-haired child to the Black Bart of the IT industry. Scott Cleland uncovers how Google's aggressive behavior and disregard for privacy is impacting how the world perceives one of America's top companies.”
- Jody Westby, CEO, Global Cyber Risk

“Search & Destroy eloquently makes the case that Google has no respect for Intellectual Property Rights, other than its own. This powerful company's stance threatens our country's knowledge-based economy of the future. Scott's book is a wake-up call for those who value the ability to pursue and benefit from innovation and creative freedom.”
- John Eade, President, Argus Research Company

“Search and Destroy is a wake up call for anyone concerned about Internet freedom. Scott Cleland has assembled compelling and alarming facts about Google's philosophy and businesses practices that are certain to ring alarm bells for users, regulators, and legislators.”
- Phil Kerpen, chairman of the Internet Freedom Coalition

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