Google Plans To Alter Search Results To Counter Online ‘Extremism’

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Russia Today

‘Called ‘The Redirect Method,’ the program operated in trial mode for eight weeks from January to March, according to the Christian Science Monitor. It reached over 320,000 people searching for IS-associated keywords, from the terrorist group’s slogans to the names of buildings in Islamist-held areas.

The users’ metadata was collected during the eight-week trial and was used to send them advertisements and links to anti-extremism videos.

In a second phase – set to begin later this year – Moonshot CVE and US-based company Gen Next are planning to deploy the same technology to blunt far-right messages in North America.’

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First they ignore you

Then they laugh at you

Then they fight you

Then you win

We are winning the culture war.

 

 

 

 

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3 thoughts on “Google Plans To Alter Search Results To Counter Online ‘Extremism’

  1. Their resistance seems pretty tame so far.

    I’ve noticed that with these people, their reactions tend to be too little, too late. They’re a step or two behind in their retaliation. Not that I’m complaining.

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