Saturday, June 11, 2016

Google Searched



"Don't be evil" is the formal corporate motto (or slogan) of Google.

Here Are 10 More Examples Of Google Search Results Favorable To Hillary:
Tech Giant Accused Of Whitewashing Autocomplete Results


Not that that's a bad slogan, but perhaps it's time to add a corollary to it...



Until this is hashed out, perhaps it's time to search out new search engines.


11 comments:

Jan said...

Those were funny, Bing's a lot more interesting

cube said...

Jan: I had never heard of it before, but recently someone recommended 'ixquick' as an alernative searge engine. I'm going to check into it this weekend.

Z said...

All that Facebook bias hoopla went away, this will, too, unfortunately....when, clearly, CLEARLY, they're absolutely right in accusing FB and Google of leftwing bias and disgusting obfuscation.

messymimi said...

Always search more than one source! That's what my teachers taught me, and they are correct.

Kid said...

Thanks for the note. Google is about money, so it is money related clinton's paying them? Something else? I did read where the clintons are paying 'fact checkers' to scrub the internet of negative hilrod content. They're all in, always have been.

In any case, yes, messymimi had good advice about using more than one source.

sue hanes said...

Cube - I like the Don't be biased slogan. It can mean so much.

cube said...

Z: There aren't enough of us listening to the problems and there aren't enough of us voting against them.

cube said...

Messymimi: True. I remember a time when research meant looking into a bunch of books. Perhaps it's reflexive, but I always look to a number of sources... if only journalists did it, too.

cube said...

Kid: I don't blame a business for making money, but when your company is about providing information, how does improving Hillary's chances of getting elected make YOU money? Her idiotic liberal policies, like Obama's, will tank the US economy in a New York minute. Unless there's something I, peon that I am, is not seeing, I think business-wise it's not a good decision.

cube said...

Sue Hanes: It sure can mean so much.

Kid said...

Cube, by my experience businesses (public stock especially) don't really think long term. They think about meeting expectations in the current quarter. And about the money coming to them from all sources. I believe the clinton machine is paying a great many people. And google does lean left as well. Odd for smart people. Anyway, all of the people in the decision making arena at companies like google are already rich beyond belief. They have no motivation to protect the future. They are set. Personal medical staff, whatever, they've got it and don't need to worry about it.

Long term businessiwise it is not a good decision since the democrats have given us every single life sucking problem we have today. Stole the SS funds, created welfare, WIC, Fed dept of Education, sening all the mfg jobs (that gangbangers used to do) to mexicao and china. The big points, and now obamacare which will remove healthcare for seniors post haste.