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Refers to large technology companies that have significant impact and even control over elements of our daily lives. Facebook, Google, Apple, Amazon and Microsoft. Also Youtube(owned by Google) Netflix, Whatsapp (owned by Facebook), PayPal, Twitter, Spotify and Tencent. Big tech is watching you and selling your data to advertisers. They control what you see and hear online and can sensor anything they don't agree with. They filter search engine results to cater to their agendas and ideals. They want you sign up to their monthly subscriptions and use their payment services. They want you to have a digital ID (ID2020) so they can track your every move, medical history and social credit score (Black Mirror - Nose Dive) etc. The only way to escape big tech is to go off-grid.
Person 1: Big Tech will take over the world.
Person 2: It already has.
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by 1Head November 09, 2020
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Micro marriging is when your partner manages your personal day-to-day tasks with you much like a Micro Manager at work.
Wife: β€œHave you put the sheets out to dry and put the towels on?”
Husband: β€œYes. You know I am a grown adult also used to live alone so you do not need to micro marrige me”
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Coined by President Donald Trump, refers to social media and internet-based companies such as Facebook, Twitter, and Google and their (potential) abuse of power. These companies have platforms that are very popular. Thus, have the ability to swap public opinions by means of censoring and promoting certain topics.
Guy: Yo I just got banned from Reddit for saying pineapple doesn't belong on pizza after Spez said we have to accept different opinions. Friend: Big tech at it again.
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Coined by President Donald Trump, refers to social media and internet-based companies such as Facebook, Twitter, and Google and their (potential) abuse of power. These companies have platforms that are very popular. Thus, have the ability to swap public opinions by means of censoring and promoting certain topics.
Guy: Yo I just got banned from Reddit for saying pineapple doesn't belong on pizza after Spez said we have to accept different opinions.

Friend: Big tech at it again.
by Sazuri November 12, 2020
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