In the interview, Brin said that the threat to Internet freedom comes from governments seeking to control access and communication of citizens, the entertainment industry’s attempts to suppress piracy and also Facebook and Apple, who control the software that can be used in their platforms. The executive is considered the main force for the partial withdrawal in 2010, the search engine in China, concerns about censorship in the country.
He said he was more concerned with the efforts of countries like China, Saudi Arabia and Iran to censor and restrict the use of the internet, but warned that the rise of Facebook and Apple, who have their own proprietary platforms and control access to their users , risks stifling innovation on the web. “There is much to lose. For example, information in all applications – for which data are not traceable – can not be searched,” he said.
According to the Guardian, the criticism against Facebook, Brin may be controversial, since the firm Mark Zuckerberg is about to become a public company. According to him, He and Larry Page, CEO and the other founder of Google, could not have created the search engine if the Net were dominated by Facebook, because it “would have to play with their rules, which are really restrictive.”
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