Top Channels
Search Results By Hashtag
Comments (0)
    Added a video   to  , Google

    NEW - UN Secretary for Global Comms Melissa Fleming says they "own the science" on "climate change," and opposing viewpoints have now been pushed down in search results through their partnership with .

    Added post   to  , Google

    So much for Glenn Youngkin protecting kids and parental rights! 

    The joke is on all of you. Google is a proud “trans and LGBTQ ally”. 

    It’s safe to say LGBTQ agendas will be back in the Virginia school system.

    Added post   to  , Google

    🇺🇸⚡️ faces a fine of up to 12 million rubles due to failure to remove false information about a special operation in Ukraine - court.

    Added post   to  , Google

    Facebook vs Australia: Social Media giant plays hardball & steps in it's own excrement. 

    Looks like Zuckerberg figured if it could take down a Super Power President, why not an entire country! 

    "It didn’t just block content from news pages: Australian users woke up Thursday to find the accounts of fire and emergency services, domestic violence charities, and government health agencies affected, too. Facebook is reinstating pages that it didn’t intend to block, but the initial response will be costly for the company." 

    Side note: Not to ignore the UK is censoring the hell of it's own peoples; they just don't want BigTech telling THEM what to do.

    Added news   to  , Google

    Blockchain-based startup Presearch has released a decentralized search engine to help provide a more private alternative to Google. Taking a play out of privacy-centric web browser Brave’s book, it also rewards its users with it native crypto token, PRE. The Ethereum-based project uses searches powered by independent nodes to help protect the identity of the people who make queries for data. Moreover, it puts a dent in the monopolistic power of Google to organize and rank results.

    Added a post   to  , Google

    Read the full article on The Daily Mail

    • Google has secretly amassed medical data including names, dates of birth, and hospital records on millions of patients, it has been revealed 
    • Tech company says it wants to help improve outcomes and ultimately save lives 
    • But lawyers, doctors and tech experts have reacted with a mix of horror and fury
    • Others pointed out that Google recently acquired Fitbit, giving it access to health data on millions more people 

    Add new...