Google and YouTube have been accused by two whistle blowers of manipulating search results with regard to the abortion referendum in Ireland last year. A ‘blacklist’ of search terms was released which strongly suggests that the tech giant wanted a certain result in the referendum. It has been previously suggested big tech were told by the government to censor pro-life information online under the guise of ‘hate’, ‘fake news’, ‘misinformation’; it looks like big tech complied.
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