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  • Google searches Clinton crimes are scared away from visiting FR -vanity

    Visitors who try to use Google to search for "Clinton suspicious deaths", are warned to NOT visit Free Republic. The following Google search returned THREE levels of warnings which is enough to scare away most people from visiting the FR link... (1)Most of the returned links to FR articles were marked: "This site may harm your computer." If you click on the link anyway, you get a 2nd warning... IF You still are intent on clicking the FR link, you get a 3rd warning...
  • All Your Social Media Belong To The EU

    06/10/2016 3:36:04 AM PDT · by Biggirl · 2 replies
    Frontpagemag.com ^ | June 10, 2016 | Daniel Greenfield
    For a decade, the top search result for “EU referendum” on Google was the political blog EU Referendum. Then it was abruptly displaced by solidly pro-EU media outlets. It appeared that someone at Google had decided that search traffic should be driven to pro-EU sites. Ingrid Carlqvist, a Swedish columnist who covers, among other things, migrant violence, at Gatestone, had her Facebook account deleted after posting a video detailing migrant rapes in Sweden.
  • Google Busted Changing Negative Search Suggestions for Hillary Clinton into Positive Suggestions

    06/09/2016 4:53:36 PM PDT · by Jookos · 31 replies
    Jookos News ^ | 6/9/2016 | Jookos News
    Another day, another scandal involving Hillary Clinton. Website SourceFed has uncovered evidence showing Google Search Suggestions being manipulated in order to show Hillary Clinton's opponents in a negative light while showing only positive results for Clinton. Watch the video below show just how Google manipulated its search suggestions knowingly (despite the videos claim no one may have known, clearly someone knew).
  • Google details how it hands over data to federal officials

    06/12/2013 11:29:36 AM PDT · by Brad from Tennessee · 44 replies
    Washington Post ^ | June 12, 2013 | By Cecilia Kang
    <p>Google on Wednesday pushed harder to downplay its role in a secret national surveillance program, detailing for the first time how it typically hands over data to federal officials.</p> <p>Surprisingly, the global innovator uses decidedly simple and low-tech methods, including the delivery of information by hand or by transferring files from one computer to another.</p>