Matt Gaetz: Google Using ‘Market Dominance’ in Search to Engage in ‘Election Interference’

Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) said during a House Judiciary Committee hearing on Wednesday on big tech and antitrust that Google is using its “market dominance” in search to engage in “election interference,” such as censoring Breitbart News and other conservative outlets.

Gaetz asked Google CEO Sundar Pichai about the company’s alleged manipulation of its search algorithm to censor conservative voices. After questioning Pichai, the Google CEO admitted that the search giant allows for manual manipulation of its search algorithm.

Gaetz cited Breitbart News’s Allum Bokhari, who wrote on Tuesday that Google purged Breitbart News from its search results and that Google had diminished Breitbart News search visibility by 99.7 percent. Read the rest HERE.

 

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1 Response to Matt Gaetz: Google Using ‘Market Dominance’ in Search to Engage in ‘Election Interference’

  1. Joe Z says:

    If Trump and the Republicans want to win in November they have to vastly reduce voter fraud. The dirt-bag questioned is lying directly to Gaetz and America. That piece of crap should be in prison. Oh, wait a minute, AG Barr is on the case, looks like NOTHING WILL HAPPEN TO THESE LYING BASTARDS yet again.

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