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Friday, February 24, 2017

1984 - Google is the world's biggest censor

Big Brother Google

  • Because of the Bill of Rights our liar political hacks cannot censor free speech. 
  • So our politicians work though Internet companies (who have been granted immunity by the government) to act as their puppets to control political speech for our ruling class of Oligarchs.

(World Net Daily)  -  Google has launched an online, artificial intelligence tool that will identify what’s deemed “abusive” and “offensive” comments and “hate” speech, so that publishers and others in the business of posting comments can quickly identify what needs to be removed from their sites.
The software, called Perspective, is free and being widely distributed.
Currently, a range of news organizations, including the New York Times, the Guardian and the Economist, are in process of testing it.
“We are open to working with anyone from small developers to the biggest platforms on the Internet. We all have a shared interest and benefit from healthy online discussions,” said CJ Adams, product manager at Jigsaw, in the Financial Times.
The problem is defining what constitutes hate speech, or offensive statements.
The algorithm used to determine the software’s filters was tested on hundreds of thousands of user comments already labeled “toxic” by human readers and reviewers. But that’s not a comfort to many on the conservative side of politics who have already found their posts booted from Facebook, or story links removed from Twitter, for perceived offensiveness. 
Of particular sensitivity is the topic of radical Islamism – a subject those on the left oftentimes discount and dismiss, and label as anti-Muslim, while those on the right see as a societal danger, needful of news coverage.
Those concerns aren’t unwarranted.
In June 2016, Robert Epstein wrote for US News: “Google, Inc., isn’t just the world’s biggest purveyor of information; it is also the world’s biggest censor.
“The company,” Epstein continued, “maintains at least nine different blacklists that impact our lives, generally without input or authority from any outside advisory group, industry association or government agency. Google is not the only company suppressing content on the Internet. Reddit has frequently been accused of banning postings on specific topics, and a recent report suggests that Facebook has been deleting conservative news stories from its newsfeed, a practice that might have a significant effect on public opinion – even on voting. Google, though, is currently the biggest bully on the block.”
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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

pretty clear