Google Accused Of Underpaying Female Employees

by Steve MacDonald April 9, 2017

Make them play by their own rules. Just three days after Google announced that it had “closed the gender pay gap globally” on Equal Pay Day, a Department of Labor official testified in federal court that there is “systemic” discrimination against women at Google. Silicon Valley has often come under fire in recent years for […]

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Given the ideological “quality” of Google’s “quality raters”, I predict lowered rankings

by Skip March 20, 2017

for both the ‘Grok and most conservative websites that are willing to discuss and give rational dissent on political and Political Correctness issues, once again we all are going to take it where it hurts – inbound hits. The new “upsetting-offensive” flag instructs quality raters to “flag to all web results that contain upsetting or […]

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Twitter now banning James O’Keefe

by Skip October 13, 2016

The Left cannot tolerate dissent or opposition.  There can be no debate – only silencings. They say they want tolerance – and then show up with a flamethrower. So, right after Google / YouTube decided to block Prager U’s videos (H/T: Steve), we now have friend of the ‘Grok James O’Keefe letting us know that […]

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Press Release – YouTube Censoring Prager U Videos

by Steve MacDonald October 12, 2016

Prager U’s videos have had over 70 million views. YouTube/Google, have decided a few of them should be restricted. Prager U released this press release today about the problem with a link to their petition to get the videos unrestricted. We’ve posted a good number of their videos here, so FYI… For Immediate Release Contact: Elisha […]

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From a double Blue Star Dad – thanks Google!

by Skip May 30, 2016

Yup, the liberal folks at Google showed their wonderful thanks to our veterans today: I put the red square around their beneficent acknowledgement just to make sure you didn’t miss it. Oh by the way, remember that last week Google decided to “honor” a US hating activist / Osama Bin Laden supporter, Yuri Kochiyama:

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What Does New Hampshire Have in Common with Arizona? Diarrhea

by Steve MacDonald May 29, 2016
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Google mapped out the most frequent “how to spell” searches by state, and New Hampshire’s word (along with Arizona) is Diarrhea. Feel free to speculate on why? It's the #spellingbee finals! These are the top "how to spell" searches for words by state, mapped #dataviz — GoogleTrends (@GoogleTrends) May 26, 2016  

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Censorship Effort in New Hampshire

by GrokWatch News Desk April 12, 2016

“Cop corrects liberal snitch who reported her political opponents (Concord, NH)” GrokWatch News Desk | Submitted by Dave Ridley What is probably one of New Hampshire’s top five most popular YouTube vids (above) faces attempted suppression. My million-hit clip shows a pro-Medicare-expansion activist on a public Concord sidewalk, reporting her political opponents to police because they […]

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GrokTALK! Gets its own Google+ Page

by Steve MacDonald January 15, 2016
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For those of you who use or prefer Google+, GrokTALK! has its own Google+ page now! There’s not much to check out yet but please put us in your circles… …because, at some point soon, we will begin streaming the program through that page and out to YouTube, so you’ll get an audio and video […]

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So what does “Do no evil” really mean in politics in this light

by Skip August 13, 2015

MAGINE AN ELECTION—A close one. You’re undecided. So you type the name of one of the candidates into your search engine of choice. (Actually, let’s not be coy here. In most of the world, one search engine dominates; in Europe and North America, it’s Google.) And Google coughs up, in fractions of a second, articles […]

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Green Energy ‘Simply Wont Work,’ Say Google Engineers

by Steve MacDonald November 23, 2014
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Two Stanford PhDs, Ross Koningstein having trained in aerospace engineering and David Fork in applied physics, have spent four years (fully funded by Google) to examine and solve the so-called problem of the so-called renewable energy future. At the start of RE<C, we had shared the attitude of many stalwart environmentalists: We felt that with […]

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False Ideas, Political Smears, and Social Pollution

by Steve MacDonald August 27, 2014
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It seems like it was only yesterday that I was writing about a million-dollar federal grant to a University for the creation of a web-service (called ‘Truthy’) that would scry into social media and identity suspicious memes and “false or misleading ideas,”  political smears and even social pollution.  All sorted and labeled as organic or […]

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Google, is this a form of “evil”? Or is elevation of the political over religion “not evil”?

by Skip March 31, 2013

Update:  Sometimes we do clash on topics (great minds and all that); Grokster Steve posted on this as well – PLEASE read his post as well! Today is Easter, the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Google is well known for celebrating certain days with their “doodle art” when you go to their home page – and […]

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Cesar Chavez…More Important than Easter?

by Steve MacDonald March 31, 2013

Today is Easter Sunday.  Whether you are into the religious significance or not, it is a long celebrated holiday by a large number of people on the planet.  The Eggs and bunny thing is certainly a feature of the modern holiday and a noted aspect throughout Europe for centuries, with or without Jesus.  So why […]

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Google Gives Us A Hint About Warrentless Electronic Searches

by Steve MacDonald March 6, 2013

  From CNET Google today became the first Internet company to shed light on a highly secret — and controversial — warrantless electronic data-gathering technique used by the FBI. The technique allows FBI officials to send a secret request to Web and telecommunications companies requesting “name, address, length of service,” and other information about users […]

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