Search & Destroy
Search & Destroy:
Why You Can’t Trust Google Inc.
Author: Scott Cleland with Ira Brodsky
Book Details: 329 pages, introduction plus 12 chapters
Hardcover: (6” x 9”)
Release Date: May 10, 2011
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Price: $28.95 Buy at Amazon / Buy at Barnes & Noble
About the book:
This is the other side of the Google story—the unauthorized book that Google does not want you to read. In Search & Destroy, Google expert Scott Cleland, shows that the world’s most powerful company is not who it pretends to be. Google pretends to be a harmless lamb, but chose a full-size model of a Tyrannosaurus Rex as its mascot. Beware the T-Rex in sheep’s clothing.
About the author:
Scott Cleland is the world’s leading Google critic. Cleland has testified before Congress three times about Google. Cleland is a former U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Information and Communication Policy. He publishes GoogleMonitor.com and Googleopoly.net, and authors the widely read PrecursorBlog.com. Buy at Amazon / Buy at Barnes & Noble