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When the war on objectivity hits Big Tech

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Whistleblower says Google called police to do a “wellness check” on him.

He can be seen doing a perp walk on the sidewalk in front of his house on the video; some portions transcribed here

Zachary Vorhies: And the reason why I printed these documents was because I saw something dark and nefarious going on with the company. I felt that our entire election system was going to be compromised forever by this company that told the American public that it was not going to do any evil and I saw that they were making really quick moves, not only in the documents but also in the internal speeches that the executives were giving to the company that they were intending to do that, that they were intending to scope the information landscape so that they could create their own version of what was objectively true. More.

Maybe Google hired crackpot cosmologists to do their theorizing.

Now that commercial enterprises are into this stuff, where will we turn for an attempt at objectivity?

Since we are here anyway: Is Google a cult? Or does it just act that way? Project Veritas announces that a new rebel Googler has sent nearly 1000 documents on algorithm bias to the DOJ
While we prepare a news story on Zach Vorhies’ revelations, it may be worth asking why one of the world’s largest companies has developed what appears to be the atmosphere of a political cult.

See also: See also: Google engineer reveals search engine bias. He found Google pretty neutral in 2014; the bias started with the US 2016 election (Gregory Coppola in July)

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    polistra says:

    Where do we turn for objectivity? Nature. Observe reality with our own senses and instruments. It’s always been that way. Media have never been remotely objective or trustworthy. The sole job of media, from newspapers to TV to Facebook, is to create conflict and war and crime. Nothing else matters.

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