By their refusal to sign onto an international agreement to stamp out hate speech and extremism online, the Trump administration has blessed the actions of their most ardent "very fine" supporters. At what cost?
"Google refused to give the researchers for this report and refused to give the Senate the underlying information about how these videos on YouTube from the Russians spread," Nick Confessore said.
Facebook and Twitter are under the gun, but Google isn't helping, either.
During a hearing today with Sundar Pichai, Steve King complained about his granddaughter's iPhone, prompting Pichai to correct him about who manufactures iPhones. (via @atrupar-Twitter)
Google CEO Sundar Pichai spoke to a congressional committee today and was asked why an image search for "idiot" brings up pictures of Donald Trump. It's not because one person decided that. It's because a trillion people decided that.
A congresswoman asks a Google excecutive in an open hearing why when you image search for "idiot" you get pictures of Donald Trump. It's because of computer science, not because some person at Google doesn't like the so-called president.
At 5PM Eastern time on the day before Thanksgiving, Facebook released a statement written by an outgoing executive admitting they paid an opposition research firm to target George Soros on Facebook's behalf.
In January, 2018, George Soros criticized Facebook and Google in a speech at Davos as 'a menace to society' because they control so much of the user's attention and exploit the social environment. He called for regulation as a way to rein in their power.
Kevin McCarthy charges Google with an anti-conservative agenda because random internet trolls call Republicans Nazis.
Some rando edited a Wiki to call California Republicans, Nazis, and that is proof Google is censoring conservative "thought."
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