This issue, “Google censorship”, has the enormous importance

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This issue, “Google censorship“, has the enormous importance, since the every aspect of our lives became so dependent on the Internet and the all thing digital, and became so interconnected with them. 

Google Search is potentially able to decide, what we should or should not read, learn, and know. With all the benefits that Google brings into our lives, there are the very real and the very far reaching dangers too, first of all in this hidden censorship, which can potentially become the object of various manipulations, and we should be fully aware of these dangers. 

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Silicon Valley Censorship

Gatestone InstituteJul 26, 2017
Google is not the only technology company enamored with censorship. In June, Facebook announced its own plans to use artificial intelligence …

Google’s chief search engineer legitimizes new censorship algorithm

World Socialist Web SiteJul 30, 2017
The focus of Google’s new censorship algorithm is political news and opinion sites that challenge official government and corporate narratives.
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RT interviews Andre Damon: Google becoming “censorship engine”

World Socialist Web SiteJul 31, 2017
Over the past week, the World Socialist Web Site has revealed that changes to Google’s search algorithm aimed at censoring “fake news” have …
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Washington Times

Google And YouTube Ban Prof Who Refused To Use Gender …

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Google And YouTube Ban Prof Who Refused To Use … or that there’s something that’s political going on that is associated with censorship.”.

 

Analyst: Google Algorithm Has a Jewish Problem

Google has adopted Perspective API, which helps moderators identify and root out online comments that may be “toxic,” reports Liel Leibovitz at Tablet. It does so by reading various databases “and letting them figure out the likely patterns.” But in Google’s case, “the machines learned the comments sections of The New York Times, the Economist and the Guardian.” So the phrase “Jews control the banks and the media” was deemed only 10 percent toxic, while “Many terrorists are radical Islamists” was deemed 92 percent toxic. In other words, when the machines only “read the Guardian and the Times, they’re going to inherit the inherent biases of these publications.” So they’ve learned that “statements about Jews being slaughtered are controversial, addressing radical Islamism is verboten and casual anti-Semitism is utterly forgivable.”

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