Here is a list in more or less random order that could be relevant to the wiki and that need to be read/quoted/ordered in appropriate pages:
http://crackedlabs.org/en/corporate-surveillance "Corporate Surveillance in Everyday Life - Report: How thousands of companies monitor, analyze, and influence the lives of billions. Who are the main players in today’s digital tracking? What can they infer from our purchases, phone calls, web searches, and Facebook likes? How do online platforms, tech companies, and data brokers collect, trade, and make use of personal data?"
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41599-017-0021-4 (Google and advertising: digital capitalism in the context of Post-Fordism, the reification of language, and the rise of fake news - Richard Graham)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_bus_protests#Resolution -> We should talk about this on this wiki.
https://www.wsj.com/articles/facebook-really-is-spying-on-you-just-not-through-your-phones-mic-1520448644 (on facebook but relevant)
https://joeyh.name/blog/entry/prove_you_are_not_an_Evil_corporate_person/ - note from a Debian developer about how google's AI (trained with help from the general public solving their CAPTCHAs which are used by cloudflare etc) is being used for murdering people with drones, and also about how google is allergic to the AGPL copyleft license.
http://ampletter.org/ open letter about Google's "Accelerated Mobile Pages" (AMP) project wherein publishes are enticed to host their content on Google for faster page loading.