Google Appears To Test Its Ability To Blacklist Conservative Media Ahead Of Election

Google Appears To Test Its Ability To Blacklist Conservative Media Ahead Of Election

Tuesday, July 21, 2020 | Tag Cloud Tags: Conservative, FBI, hurricane, internet, Media, News, Trump, Washington, Worthy News
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(Worthy News) – Google appeared to test its ability to blacklist conservative media Tuesday from its monopolized search engine which garners at least 3.5 billion online searches everyday making up 94 percent of the internet’s search share.

Websites targeted, according to NewsBusters which itself was temporarily de-platformed, included the Washington Free Beacon, The Blaze, Townhall, The Daily Wire, PragerU, LifeNews, Project Veritas, Judicial Watch, The Resurgent, Breitbart, the Media Research Center, and CNSNews among others.

Chuck Ross, a reporter with the Daily Caller News Foundation discovered that his outlet was also included in Google’s Tuesday blackout when searching for stories related to Stefan Halper, an FBI informant who spied on the Trump campaign over the course of Crossfire Hurricane and was unmasked by Ross at the Caller. [ Source: The Federalist (Read More…) ]




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