Today I Discovered Why Searching Google For 'Idiot' Show Trump

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Google CEO Sundar Pichai testified before the House Judiciary Committee this week-an appearance that lasted about three and a half hours. In the Post interview, Pichai said the company has an internal effort to develop a product aimed at the Chinese market, though he declined to say what it was or whether it was likely to be a search engine. Nadler said lawmakers should have focused on the ways the internet has become a "new tool for those seeking to stoke racial and ethnic hatred".

Google was one of more than a dozen tech companies that banned Jones from using some of its services this August, for allegedly promoting violence and for hate speech. "And I'm not gonna say into the record what kind of language was use around that picture of her grandfather, but I'd ask how does that show up on a 7-YO's iPhone, who's playing a kid's game?"

This came from Texas representative Louie Gohmert (R), who used his five minutes to lament what he sees as Google's deeply ingrained Liberal bias rather than ask any questions.

Thomas Lee, well-known bitcoin bull and head of research at Fundstrat Global Advisors, predicted an ending year worth of $25,000 in May of this year. In an Infowars stream of proceedings titled "Live at the Google Treason Hearings", Jones called Google "absolutely the most terrible corporation on earth".

Momentum is building in Congress for legislation to put stricter limits and privacy protections around the big tech companies' collection of data.

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"So it's not some little man sitting behind the curtain figuring out what we're going to show the user - it's basically a compilation of what users are generating, and trying to sort through that information". Pichai explained this away as the work of impartial algorithms, but that explanation didn't satisfy some lawmakers. "You ought to be able to answer that question". 'The algorithm made us do it, ' but I don't know that I buy that.

One of the more contentious issues discussed and one that is now causing internal discord at the company was that of "Project Dragonfly", a censored search engine made for China.

He continued: "I'm confident we don't approach our work with any political bias".

Rep. Steve Chabot, R-Ohio, told Pichai that he had to scroll deep into search results to find any positive articles about President Donald Trump's signature tax cuts previous year.

He decried the company's dominance, saying it could sway the nation's political future. You get the gist right?

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