Google To Shut Down Google Search Engine Starting tomorrow
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Google will shut down its search engine, starting tomorrow. Matt Cutts is quoted saying: “Due to the recent excessive content explosion on the web, running an effective search engine is not possible any more.” Google will be focusing on their email business and cooperation with the NSA and other secret agencies in the future.
In a surprise move this morning, Google announced that they would shut down their search engine business, starting tomorrow.
Matt Cutts said:
“We have realised, that the cost of maintaining the search engine is going to exceed our operating income by next month. This is due to the excessive explosion of published content on the web and the absurd need of computing power needed for the spam filtering mechanisms.”
“Due to the recent excessive content explosion on the web, running an effective search engine is not possible any more.”
Google will in the future focus on the email software GMail, cooperation between Google and NSA and other secret agencies and advertising through phone calls to Android phones. “Starting tomorrow, every active Android phone will receive one phone call a day from our call center in India, offering you products you never knew existed, but cannot live without. Failure to take the call will result in immediate deletion of all data on your phone.”
Government officials worldwide welcomed Google’s move:
German Chancellor Merkel noted that the shutdown of Google’s search server structure allone could prevent all climate change for the next 10 years.
President Obama said he expects to put the Google Glass powered secret agent contact lenses in action by the end of 2014 – allowing better surveillance of American citizens and preventing terrorism.