HomeTop StoriesEXPOSED: Google caught in the act of sweeping the private health records of millions of Americans across 21 states
November 12, 2019
EXPOSED: Google caught in the act of sweeping the private health records of millions of Americans across 21 states
by Ethan Huff
It has been leaked that tech giant Google is engaged in yet another secretive program, this one code-named “Project Nightingale,” that involves harvesting people’s personal health information in order to monetize it.
As originally reported by The Wall Street Journal (WSJ), Project Nightingale is said to be the biggest data-harvesting scheme of its kind, outpacing similar ones launched by Amazon, Apple, and Microsoft.
Launched under the cover of darkness last year with St. Louis-based Ascension, the second-largest health system in the United States, Google’s Project Nightingale program involves collecting lab results, doctor diagnoses, hospitalization records, and other private patient information across multiple categories.
If successful, Project Nightingale will give Google access to people’s complete health histories, including patient names and dates of birth.
Described by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, as an “Orwellian” nightmare, Project Nightingale is Google’s latest attempt at controlling every person’s life down to the smallest detail.
“What this means is that the same evil tech giant that now bans natural health websites and controls the public’s access to health-related information is positioning itself to profit from the widespread degenerative disease caused by people not having access to truthful information about nutrition and natural cures,” Adams notes.