Google, Microsoft, Activision, Fox, Warner Bros. and HBO Brag About Creating “1984”

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To some, this may seem purely speculative. To others, there’s no such thing as a coincidence. For the past year, many major companies have included “1984” in their products’ names. George Orwell’s “1984” is a book about a dystopian future in which an authoritarian government has taken over the world and created “Big Brother”, a spying and controlling system used to manipulate the citizens.

5 Examples of 1984 in Current Titles

All of these major corporations I will list have paid homage to George Orwell’s book “1984” in the past year.


Microsoft has released 2 different programs with ’84 in the name. SynthBook ’84 and Microsoft Edge 84 were both released in the past 3 months. There is nothing futuristic about the year 1984, so why would these tech companies use the reference?

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Google’s newest browser is called “Chrome ’84” and Google is bragging about its ability to control what users see in it.

“Chrome 84 is also the first Chrome version where notification popups on some sites are now hidden by default. Notification popups on these sites are now hidden under an icon in the Chrome URL bar.”
From ZDnet

This means that if Google doesn’t like a website they can now block the site’s notifications from coming through to your phone. It wasn’t enough to control your notifications on YouTube, they had to control everyone’s websites’ notifications systems as well.


Activision just released a map for it’s Call of Duty franchise called “Nuketown ’84”. Do I need to remind everyone that Activision’s CEO Bobby Kotick was Jeffrey Epstein’s pedophile friend? We proved that over a year ago.

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Warner Brothers

Warner Brothers is getting ready to release “Wonder Woman ’84” in theaters and on HBO Max on Christmas.


Fox released American Horror Story: Season 1984 at the end of last year.

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