Whistleblower of Google anti-right bias goes public after being threatened by Google


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Reason #3,427,934 for not using Google: The whistleblower who has given more than 900 Google documents to both Project Veritas and the Justice Department demonstrating the tech giant’s anti-right bias and its attempt to influence future elections has gone public after being threatened by Google.

Project Veritas has released hundreds of internal Google documents leaked by Vorhies. Among those documents is a file called “news black list site for google now.” The document, according to Vorhies, is a “black list,” which restricts certain websites from appearing on news feeds for an Android Google product. The list includes conservative and progressive websites, such as newsbusters.org and mediamatters.org. The document says that some sites are listed with or because of a “high user block rate.”

One document shows how Google is ranking various established news sites, routinely favoring left-leaning news sites — including the Russian government’s RT news site — over more conservative media.

Meanwhile, once Google found out what the whistleblower was doing it called the police on him, claiming he was “unwell.”

After having been identified by an anonymous account (which Vorhies believes belongs to a Google employee,) on social media as a “leaker,” Vorhies was approached by law enforcement at his residence in California. According to Vorhies, San Francisco police received a call from Google which prompted a “wellness check.”

Vorhies described the incident to Project Veritas: “They got inside the gate, the police, and they started banging on my door… And so the police decided that they were going to call in additional forces. They called in the FBI, they called in the SWAT team. And they called in a bomb squad. … T]his is a large way in which [Google tries to] intimidate their employees that go rogue on the company…”

There are other search engines, such as DuckDuckGo and Yippy. Use them. There are other email services. Get off of gmail. The more the market supports Google competitors the more likely the company will reform its ways. At a minimum its power will be reduced.

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4 comments

  • wodun

    Isn’t retaliating against whistle blowers illegal in California? SWATing him is especially disgusting and also probably illegal.

    I don’t watch the network news but considering journalism has taken on the mantle of defender of democracy over the last three years, this must be getting wall to wall coverage.

  • Matthias

    Bob,
    please try https://www.startpage.com/ as a search-engine. it uses google but claims to remove all personal information before doing that. Please let us know about your opinion on this portal

  • Matthias: I have been using Startpage for about 9 years, and have recommended it in the past. However, because it uses Google’s algorithms this means it will also be at the mercy of Google’s political biases. It is for this reason I have been increasingly shifting to DuckDuckGo. Yippy is a new one, and needs some testing.

  • Matthias

    Hi Bob,
    o, right. I understand.
    I was looking at the topic from another angle.

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