Why I’m Suing Google for $1 Billion

Google will pay $1 billion dollars in damages at the conclusion of my lawsuit, roughly October 2023. The suit gets filed tomorrow.

Google does not explain its advertisement algorithm to you, nor does it contain a disclaimer anywhere in its 42 pages of UDA nonsense explaining that (like the too-intense strobe light effect at Skatetown U.S.A. back in 1979, when I flipped unconscious before my skull cracked against the floor; no team of lawyers back then) YouTube content can break your brain.

The YouTube algorithm dials up the intensity of the information it doses out to addicts/users without any warning to the addict/user that, like the best hypnotist or therapist, Google is manipulating the distribution of dopamine within your body. They don’t know where it will be distributed to within the body, but internal documents prove they have known for years that by dialing up the intensity of information (think: “How to train for a marathon” leading to: “Goggins screaming f#!% as he jogs along a busy street”) they keep you on the platform longer. Advertisers pay more as a result. They understand the input, the output, and the transformation in between, yet never warn their users.

My life fell apart, my marriage, my profession, my sense or reality, frankly. No corporation should be allowed to deeply fuck with your reality and get away with it. I am suing for damages in the amount of 1 billion dollars to warn the entire world about the damage caused by being hypnotized all the time, having others dial the hypnosis up and down, and no one telling you about it.

Love to all. First corporation to fall.

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Neddy Bly

Neddy Bly

Middle-aged, possibly insane, lover of moments, THRILLED to finally feel alive. Obsessed with the constellation of bights (binary lights) between people’s ears.