Has Google broken their own motto?

Google’s motto is ‘Don’t be Evil‘.

But it appears that they might just be…evil.

Google’s autocomplete search results favor Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump when someone attempts to find out how they can vote for either candidate. Trump’s name is completely omitted from the autocomplete results.

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Google’s website explains that autocomplete results derive from where you are searching from, the terms you are searching, and what other people are searching. Daily Caller reporters in heavily-Republican and heavily-Democratic locations have gotten the same results as above.

Google pointed TheDC to a blog post that said: “Autocomplete isn’t an exact science, and the output of the prediction algorithms changes frequently. Predictions are produced based on a number of factors including the popularity and freshness of search terms.”

 

There is this video which shows you similar results.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFxFRqNmXKg

Milo Yiannopoulos points out some disturbing news:

Should we be surprised that Google is doing this? No, say other sources who have conducted research on the topic.

Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange has pointed out that Google has visited the White House, on average, once per week over the last four years.

Further, Assange mentions that Google’s CEO, Eric Schmidt, has actually started a company called The Groundwork. Its aim is to “ensure that Clinton has the engineering talent needed to win the election.”

In one financial quarter alone, the Clinton campaign paid The Groundwork more than $177,000.

If this was Donald Trump doing all this then it would be called Dirty Politics, but since it is Hillary Clinton nothing is said at all.

 

– Daily Caller, Milo Yiannopoulos


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