Security Risk

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

Americans think Trump is bad for China triade. In reality so many tech products from China have security risks. From phone apps to hardware. The biggest was in the UK. Huawei 5G infrastructure was filled with back doors, for control outside of UK security protection. One of which had extra hardware that was configured open to the public. China apologized and said that the hardware was for testing and was mistakenly left in place. Through UK bought it hook line and sinker. Eventually after further review, and the US help for replacement, all China 5g equipment is replaced, for their infrastructure security. EU is now realizing the mistakes made and are working on replacing their 5g equipment. China is a wolf in sheep's clothing. Investors from companies, governments, private schools and banks have allowed, privlaged access to funds to align their power over westernized governments. It's invasive and passive aggressive like kudzu. Once you get hooked, you find it hard to remove ones self.

Not too long ago
Google wasn't a name to know
Advertising pushed on browsers
Redirection to get new followers

Google's guise as a search engine
Consuming the completion
Slowly and efficiently taking over
The name became a front runner

Selling and buying technology
Creating a technical ideology
Baiting people into play
Hooking them into stay
 
Boring lives become relevant
Your privacy is irrelevant
Terms of use abuse
As you chose to use

Chinese money invested, to learn
American money invested, in return
In which American companies paid
Chinese growth, their golden egg

Years later, China owns you
Bought political policies, a glue
Keeping all tech stuck to their thumb
China laughing, proving capitalism is dumb

Watching and controlling you, like a boss
Breaching data to cause chaos
Creating crypto-currancy yen
Making it easier for all to buy in

Electronic transactions without banking
Mining for gold, ready for the taking
Hacking our data to be corrupted
Turning their enemies bankrupted


Submitted: October 31, 2020

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Back in Black

Google is your enemy

Sat, October 31st, 2020 10:46pm

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Ha! Believe me I don't google. Though I have no choice to use android which is google. My fix is to use corrupt data and block sites most spam blockers and adware blockers won't do, because mother Google won't allow it. Once my warranty is over, I will root and remove all Google services and replace with F-Droid and F-Droid modified apps. Only off hackers would build a browser or a play services hijacker to send Google bad data, and distributed it freely. Google would go ape poopoo, seeing all adservices point to x-rated sites and Google's dns servers for marketing and tracking data.

Sat, October 31st, 2020 4:01pm

Back in Black

Cool..yea love the way you can't remove Google apps.what a racket !

Mon, November 2nd, 2020 10:51am

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Way back, the UK had their version of Windows OS, called Gem Desktop. It did not survive, but it did show independence with choice with end users. I would love to see a Redhat phone / tablet OS option as an android replacement. Though it would be for select phones. Just too many variants to fully support.

You can disable Google Apps without root, and uninstall them. But your phone will be mostly a phone. Some games, apps and utilities may still function. Since my phone is a provider provisioned LG model, tweaking with root is not an option, until hackers develop a way. I am Contemplating removing all Google apps and services, since my phone is mostly used as a phone. Very little apps, just a lot of LG utilities that don't require Google apps. One thing I did do is uninstall Google messages, games, video, music, Google search, and a few others. Slowly I am working down to services. You can manually disable most apps. Or remove them... Look up 'uninstall using ADB commands' you will need to install app info to find app names from your app packages. Or just list out your installed apps or disabled apps within an ADB shell. You can always enable a disabled app, but installing an app that was removed requires manually installing, either by sideload, or using a file manager with root, to go into the apps folder in system and install from there. Uninstalling won't remove an app from the rom on a non rooted phone. It just unloads it from memory. So, if you want to completly revert back from any uninstalls, a simple factory reset will replace what was removed, if you choose to put everything back as it was originally.

Mon, November 2nd, 2020 3:45am

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