PRESIDENT TRUMP is often mocked for writing daft things on Twitter. Whether he is boasting about the size of his nuclear weapons or mocking a TV presenter for her facelift, he has become known as the leader who tweets before he thinks. But this week he tweeted something insightful. In his typically gruff style, he told his 54million followers of his concerns about Google and other Silicon Valley giants. Are these companies really as neutral as they make out, he asked? Google, in particular, claims all it does is provide people with a window to the world. But is it really a bias-free guide to global events and decades’ worth of knowledge? Or is it slyly pushing its users towards the “correct” way of thinking — as defined by the PC liberals who make up the vast bulk of Silicon Valley’s movers and shakers? Trump complained that all his Google searches for “Trump news” returned negative results and brought up the “viewing/reporting of Fake News Media”. He claimed that anyone searching Google for current affairs is likely to be served commentary from the “Left-Wing Media” because “Google and others are suppressing voices of Conservatives”. “They are controlling what we can… Read full this story
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