In a recent interview with British newspaper The Guardian , Sergey Brin, Google co-founder, showed his concern for the present and future of the Internet . According to the California corporate executive, “powerful forces lined up against the open web on every front and around the world” .Brin said the pressure from governments is key to compromise Internet freedom, because they want to control access to communications of citizens and the flow of information moving anywhere. “I’m more worried now than I was in the past. It’s a scary situation “ he said. Google’s manager also took the opportunity to hit one of its main competitors: Facebook. The main criticism made to the social network resides in the few tools provided to users to export their personal data to other online platforms. But Brin went further and said that it would be impossible to create a companies as Google if the Internet was dominated by Mark Zuckerberg and company: “You have to play with their rules are very restrictive and” . There is no doubt that the executive’s statements will generate controversy because the search engine company has also been criticized for the handling of user information. Google cofounder not spared criticism against entertainment industry and his attempt to stop piracy through projects such as SOUP or PIPA. The manager said that the public continue illegally downloading material to be offered an easier way to do it legally. What do you think the statements of Sergey Brin? You are invited to leave your opinion in the comments. Road | The Guardian.