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By 2020, Google will be more like Facebook than Facebook.
Google’s search engine will be like the Facebook Facebook, but it will have an even bigger impact.
And Facebook’s search engines will be even more powerful.
Google will now control the search engine in more ways than ever before.
It’s not only Google’s massive data warehouses that will be affected by Google’s rise.
The internet itself will be in danger of becoming a giant data warehouse.
And the companies that control the internet will be the ones that have to decide how to deal with the resulting data overload.
The companies who own Google, Facebook, and the like will decide how the internet’s data is shared and stored, and they will decide which sites can be accessed.
In other words, the companies will decide who owns the internet and how it’s used.
And the consequences of all of this will be enormous.
A year ago, I predicted that Google’s dominance in the internet search market would be at an all-time high.
In 2016, Google was the most-searched company on earth, according to search engine giant comScore.
But in 2020, the most searched site on earth will be Google.
This year, the next year, and 2020, and every year thereafter.
Google has always been the most search-heavy company.
It has always done well in terms of search-to-commerce traffic.
It’s been able to dominate in the search market because it has a huge amount of data to analyze.
Now, with the data the company has amassed, Google is in a position to shape the future of the internet.
So what will Google do to dominate the internet?
First, Google can use its vast data warehouses to build a network of data centers to store and process its massive amounts of information.
For example, Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, California, is home to two data centers, one of which houses data centers around the world.
The other is in Mountain Beach, Florida.
These two data center locations will be able to handle a significant amount of Google data.
These data centers will also be able store and access Google data as it is being processed.
Google will also use these data centers for massive scale data processing.
This means that it will store huge amounts of data in the data centers.
This could mean storing huge amounts (e.g., billion-plus) of data on a single server.
In other words: Google will need to use a lot of data.
Google is going to need to be able and willing to store data in massive amounts, as well.
But this is a big deal.
Google already has huge amounts in data centers across the world, and it will likely increase the amount of its data in these data centres to a massive degree.
If Google is able to get enough data into its data centers (and the vast amount of information it has), it will be a powerful force in the future.
The other way Google is using its data is by using it to build its own search engines.
Google owns the search engines it owns, but other companies also own those search engines as well as a number of related businesses.
Google already has more than 150 of these search engines, including many of the largest search engines on earth like Google, Yahoo, Bing, and MSN.
Google also owns a number for its own services, like Google Maps, Google Finance, and Google Search.
Google’s search search engine is designed to be a global giant.
It doesn’t have a single home in any particular country.
But because it is a global search engine and because it operates around the globe, Google has a global presence.
Google can control the content and ads that appear in Google search results, which means that its search engine can dictate the terms and content that will appear in search results.
This has huge implications for the future power of search engines in the real world.
Because Google owns all the search results it can, Google also controls the terms that are used in search, and because the search terms are controlled by Google, Google controls the way people use search results to learn about and understand the products and services that it owns.
It also controls how consumers interact with the search information it owns (by making it available on search results and in advertisements).
This kind of control can give search engines unprecedented power to dictate the search and advertising landscape, as Google has done.
But it can also give search engine companies unprecedented power over the search experience for its users.
Because users have to opt in to see these search results or use these services, they can feel powerless when they’re not being served by the search providers.
Google has already shown this with the decision to block ads on some of its most popular services.
It will also make the internet a much less personal place, by making the search tools that it controls the most powerful tools for controlling what users see and do.
But because Google has become so powerful and