Mortal Online 2 on Google Stadia

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Wollkneul

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Why google stradia is a bust for gamers .especially MO2

1. Google Stradia costs 9.99 / month , Stop paying for sub? You can't play your games.(You don't really own your games, no files downloaded)

2. Always-On DRM

3.Can't reject Google intrusion/snooping policy changes (expect your info to be sold or misused)

4. Mortal Online 2 is really only going to be viable for a PC setting, its a complex mmo. Stradia is meant as a platform for easy access on various consoles.

5. Mortal Online 2 will have a flat rate to purchase this is IN ADDITION to the monthly charges stradia will charge.

6.Hurts gamers in general ; Promotes Monopoly on market.
"Google Cloud Philosophy"


TLDR : Google Stradia is a project focusing on taking share in the gaming market by selling the point of convenience over privacy , security , utility , and ownership. It's only an OK choice for very very casual gamers or people who don't care about being spied on / or own their games.
I'm personally working with Google in IT.
What most people don't know is, that Google has a two sided strict philosophy regarding data.
If your service is for free, then they will use your data as payment. If you pay for your service (like Google's Cloud Service) they shield your data as strictly as possible. Otherwise no company would use Google's Cloud Service and they would hurt their own business
 
I'm personally working with Google in IT.
What most people don't know is, that Google has a two sided strict philosophy regarding data.
If your service is for free, then they will use your data as payment. If you pay for your service (like Google's Cloud Service) they shield your data as strictly as possible. Otherwise no company would use Google's Cloud Service and they would hurt their own business
If your service is for free, then they will use your data as payment.
This is a concern in itself, just because something is free doesn't mean the data you provide should be used for their benefit, it's not like they don't run ads on free services anyway like youtube. so that adds to my point.


If you pay for your service (like Google's Cloud Service) they shield your data as strictly as possible.
Assuming this is true^ there is still nothing to stop them from looking at the data or turning it over if requested.

Otherwise no company would use Google's Cloud Service and they would hurt their own business
I do not care about businesses or companies working with google and whether its bad or not for them. My entire argument is that it's bad for gamers / individual consumers.

It's not^ https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2018/oct/08/google-plus-security-breach-wall-street-journal
 
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Wollkneul

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If your service is for free, then they will use your data as payment.
This is a concern in itself, just because something is free doesn't mean the data you provide should be used for their benefit, it's not like they don't run ads on free services anyway like youtube. so that adds to my point.


If you pay for your service (like Google's Cloud Service) they shield your data as strictly as possible.
Assuming this is true^ there is still nothing to stop them from looking at the data or turning it over if requested.

Otherwise no company would use Google's Cloud Service and they would hurt their own business
I do not care about businesses or companies working with google and whether its bad or not for them. My entire argument is that it's bad for gamers / individual consumers.

It's not^ https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2018/oct/08/google-plus-security-breach-wall-street-journal

There is nothing stopping your ISP from giving out your Data.
There is nothing stopping your bank from stealing your money and running away with it.

Well there actually is and that's the law and that's the same law for Google, your Bank and the ISP. Under European law it's illegal to sell your Data without your agreement. And they already said they won't do that.

Google doesn't stand above the law and there is no reason for them to break it.

Regarding your security breach:
Compared to any other major company on this planet, Google had the least amount and severe security breaches of all of them
 
There is nothing stopping your ISP from giving out your Data.
There is nothing stopping your bank from stealing your money and running away with it.

Well there actually is and that's the law and that's the same law for Google, your Bank and the ISP. Under European law it's illegal to sell your Data without your agreement. And they already said they won't do that.

Google doesn't stand above the law and there is no reason for them to break it.

Regarding your security breach:
Compared to any other major company on this planet, Google had the least amount and severe security breaches of all of them

There is nothing stopping your ISP from giving out your Data.
There is nothing stopping your bank from stealing your money and running away with it.


Nonpoint. Arguably you need a bank and an ISP more then you need google and they are 3 completely different services. I rather my bank sell my data then google because the need for that service is more arguable then "google stadia"
Regardless no service should be doing that.

Well there actually is and that's the law and that's the same law for Google, your Bank and the ISP. Under European law it's illegal to sell your Data without your agreement. And they already said they won't do that.

It's also the law to not kill people and yet murders still happen, just because it's against the law doesn't mean it's going to stop illegal activities from happening. It is a WELL KNOWN FACT that corporations have a higher chance of getting away with illegal actions then individuals and to say that's not true is pandering. Besides the fact that European law is European law , if you don't live in the state which elects its own government(corrupt circle jerk) you aren't protected under their law.

Google doesn't stand above the law and there is no reason for them to break it.
Right , because google has such a good reputation. A simple search will show much of their scandals and bad practices
https://www.breitbart.com/tech/2018...nment-of-free-speech-for-safety-and-civility/
https://www.breitbart.com/tech/2019...search-results-to-exclude-conservative-sites/
Google isn't going to try and do a public harm to themselves that would be stupid but they will try to benefit themselves as much as possible without trying to get backlash
and BTW there is a reason to break them , MONEY & CONTROL

Regarding your security breach:
Compared to any other major company on this planet, Google had the least amount and severe security breaches of all of them


https://money.cnn.com/2017/10/11/technology/google-home-mini-security-flaw/index.html
https://thenextweb.com/google/2014/...hed-google-says-evidence-systems-compromised/

We can't verify your claim. But what is factual is that an e-mail breach occurred and that those type of breaches are severe in general.
 
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Wollkneul

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Your Breitbart articles are about a completely different claim and have nothing to do with privacy.

In the end my argument isn't about Google, but cloud gaming in general. Google will just be the first. Amazon, Sony, Microsoft and Nitendo will naturally follow and then you'll have less concerns about privacy.
 
Your Breitbart articles are about a completely different claim and have nothing to do with privacy.

In the end my argument isn't about Google, but cloud gaming in general. Google will just be the first. Amazon, Sony, Microsoft and Nitendo will naturally follow and then you'll have less concerns about privacy.
Your Breitbart articles are about a completely different claim and have nothing to do with privacy.
Incorrect . You said that google doesn't stand above the law and has no reason to break it so I responded to your claim about that but fair enough maybe it's not necessarily illegal(even though they were held to congress)
[besides that fact that I labled google intrusion as a point]



In the end my argument isn't about Google, but cloud gaming in general. Google will just be the first. Amazon, Sony, Microsoft and Nitendo will naturally follow and then you'll have less concerns about privacy.
If your argument was only about cloud gaming then you wouldn't have defended google so much but let's give you the benefit of the doubt, It is plausible that companies may try to do the cloud gaming service jig but it will fail, google stradia isn't the first to try and implement this idea , it's failed previously and while I don't doubt that it may get some traction at first and get some share in the beginning , it won't last long

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cloud_gaming#Cloud_gaming_services_(Gaming_as_a_Service_(GaaS))
^ Nobody uses those services
 
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