It’s time to dismantle Google and any other tech company that interferes with Freedom of Speech. They may hide this memo under the pretense ‘internal research’ but my question is why even promote such ideals in the first place? What need is there to research topics that interfere with the Freedom of Speech?
Google is one of those companies that needs to be dismantled, broke apart into pieces and reorganized so that it can abide by the law. They are not the deciders of policy for this nation or the American people. They have no business in determining the legitimacy of free speech. Regardless of their position, beliefs and ideas is irrelevant; they are NOT AN GOVERNING BODY. They are taking this censorship and suppression of free speech to unsafe levels. This will not be tolerated, they will lose and We The People shall be victorious.
It’s time we take the fight to these tech companies and dismantle them. Bye Bye Google leadership, bye bye Facebook leadership and bye bye any other company that interferes with American Virtues. Your days of deciding what is ‘true’ and ‘false’ is at an end; because history will come to understand that you were wrong much more than you were right. Acceptable social norms will collapse when the totality of the Truth is revealed and all those in these current day tech companies will suffer a HUGE reputation hit and will be phased out or restructured in order that transparency, honesty and integrity may once again reign upon this great nation.
An internal briefing produced by Google and leaked exclusively to Breitbart News portrays President Trump as a conspiracy theorist.
The briefing, titled “The Good Censor,” argues that Google and other tech platforms must abandon their commitment to the “American tradition” of free speech if they wish to continue global expansion and appease advertisers. It can be read in full below.
A Google spokeswoman said the document should be considered internal research, and not an official company position.
According to the briefing itself, it was the product of an extensive process involving “several layers of research,” including expert interviews with MIT Tech Review editor-in-chief Jason Pontin, Atlantic staff writer Franklin Foer, and academic Kalev Leetaru. 35 cultural observers and 7 cultural leaders from seven countries on five continents were also consulted to produce it.
One of the reasons the document cites for alleged public disillusionment with free speech on the web (“users are asking if the openness of the internet should be celebrated after all,” claims the briefing) is the fact that it allows “conspiracy theories” to spread.
The example Google uses to highlight “conspiracy theories” on social media is a 2016 tweet from then-candidate Donald Trump, alleging that Google search suppressed negative results about Hillary Clinton. The example appears on page 49 of the briefing.
At the time, Google said that it suppressed negative autocomplete suggestions about everybody, not just Clinton. But it was comparatively easy to find such autocomplete results when searching for Bernie Sanders or Donald Trump. Independent research from psychologist Dr. Robert Epstein shows that Google searches did indeed favor Clinton in 2016.
The document did not address the fact that the impact of foreign “bots” and propaganda on social media has a negligible impact on voters, according to leading political psychologists.
Read The Good Censor in full below. Alternative download option available here.
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