Google assumes that every search, every page load made by you is legitimate. Why wouldnt it be? People dont randomly search and browse for things not vaguely related to their interests.
This assumption can be used against them. As you cannot use the internet anymore and completely avoid Googles intrusive prying algorithms, a tool needs to be made to render the data meaningless. To this end, I propose a method that essentially floods Google with garbage data every time it tries to monitor your activity. Make a search? The tool would also invisibly (to you) send a large number of unrelated queries. What did you really search for? Who can tell when you appear to have made a hundred queries at once. Every page load Google tries to monitor would flood them with many other unrelated page loads. Which one of the hundred sites did you actually visit? No way to know.
It wouldnt take very long for Google to be inundated with meaningless data regarding you. While I have no illusion this would strain their capacity, it would also significantly increase their load.
To reduce and prevent abuses that disproportionately impact the people and the environment by capitalist enterprises, I propose a Resource Advocate who’s sole purpose is to represent the resources used when any company or organization endeavors to produce anything. Obviously the RA cannot be obligated by or have any interest in the profit that would result. Some examples of how this might work:
- You are an independent software developer. The only resource used is your knowledge, so you can self represent.
- You own a software company. The resources used are the developers, and one or more of them should be the RA for them.
- You run an electronics assembly plant. An RA would be required for the workers, and for the area in which your plant is located as it may have environmental and community impacts.
- You operate a coal mine. An RA would be required for each of the following resources: the miners, the land where the coal is, the people and communities who will be impacted by operations.