Google censors by totally erasing some search links, hiding others in the back pages, designing algorithms to generate more negative than positive links, decimating activist links lisings, running old articles before current ones etc. Google censors by totally erasing some search links, hiding others in the back pages, designing algorithms to generate more negative than positive links, placing old data first, Google, World's Biggest Censor, Was Founded By The CIA by Internet Freedom 09 Jul 2018 Your tax $ paid for the CIA's founding of Google through Sergey Brin at Stanford whom they made a billionaire. Google is the world's biggest censor. googoo.jpg Oceana, the World Socialist Web Site WSWS.org, John Kerry (elected president in 2004, his victory stolen by fraud from the Ohio Republican Party) are some of the millions who have been censored by Google in a variety of ways such as a. total elimination from search b. being hidden in the last pages c. link truncation … [Read more...] about Google, World’s Biggest Censor, Was Founded & Funded By The CIA : Indybay
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With Breanne Deppisch and Joanie Greve. THE BIG IDEA: Donald Trump is either woefully uninformed or intentionally misleading the American people about one of his most consequential decisions as president. Which is the more charitable explanation? With a trio of temperamental tweets on Easter Sunday and three follow-ups this morning, Trump announced there will be no deal to save the 700,000 “dreamers” whose futures he put in peril by ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. He also called on Republicans to change the rules of the Senate to pass anti-immigration legislation with a simple majority and threatened to kill the North American Free Trade Agreement if Mexico does not step up border security. The president then falsely claimed that there are “big flows of people” who are sneaking into the United States “because they want to take advantage of DACA.” In truth, to be eligible for the program created by Barack … [Read more...] about The Daily 202: Trump’s DACA tweetstorm speaks volumes about his presidency
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest No cake on International Fact-Checking Day. Celebrate by correcting fake news. Fact-checking is growing but there aren't enough journalists in the world to fight fake news. We need everyone to support facts and denounce fakery. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the Nation's Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Jane Elizabeth, Opinion contributor Published 3:15 a.m. ET April 2, 2018 Fact-checking is growing but there aren't enough journalists in the world to fight fake news. We need everyone to support facts and denounce fakery. CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN COMMENT EMAIL MORE Journalists, educators and people who simply like to be right will mark … [Read more...] about No cake on International Fact-Checking Day. Celebrate by correcting fake news.
SNEAK PEEK I -- President Obama talks fatherhood with Robin Roberts on “This Week with Christiane Amanpour”: “Malia and Sasha are the perfect age -- you know, 13, 10. Where they are interesting and funny. And they're their own people. But they still actually want to spend time with you. And that may not last that many more years. And so now, as president, I have this huge advantage: I live over the store. At 6:30, no matter how busy I am, unless there was an actual national emergency, at 6:30, I'm up and I'm having dinner with the kids. And we're sitting around that dinner table. And so, for an hour to an hour and a half, my only focus is them.” ROBIN ROBERTS: “Are you ready [for the teen-age years]?” Story Continued Below OBAMA: “I could not ask for better kids. And so, I'm not anticipating complete mayhem for the next four, five years. But I understand … that … teenagehood is complicated. I should also point out that I have men … [Read more...] about What Axelrod likes about Roger Ailes
The two main companies I'm going to look at here all share a concept for scheduling meetings that's much more agreeable than the standard e-mail dialog of, "Can you meet Monday at 2pm? No? How about Tuesday 9am? No? How about any time in 2015? No? Up yours." The idea is this: You give the person or people you want to meet with a bunch of different times via the scheduling Web site, and then these people select their best time or times. The applications juggle the times that people select and once everyone's chimed in, they lock down the best spot in your calendar and send out confirmations. I fell in love with TimeBridge when I first saw it in 2006. It's been improved and tweaked since then, but the meeting scheduling part of it is still much the same: You let a small downloadable app tap in your calendar (Outlook or iCal, or Google calendar without a download), and then when you want to set up a meeting, you can select up to five blocks of time you know you're available, and send out … [Read more...] about CBS News Logo How to Hate Scheduling Meetings Less
It's Election Day in the U.S., and both Facebook and Google are doing their part to urge you to cast your vote. Log into Facebook, either via a PC or mobile device. At the top of the screen, you'll see a banner called "It's Election Day" with a couple of different options. If you do indeed plan to vote, click the button that says: "I'm a voter," and Facebook will share your status with your friends. Not sure where to go to actually cast your ballot? No problem. Click the link at "More Information." Facebook takes you to a map of the United States, courtesy of a site called "Get to the Polls," where you can find your polling place. In the search field, start typing your registered voting address, meaning street address, city, state and ZIP code. Facebook shows you a list of possible matches based on the first several characters. Choose the correct address, and the map on the page zeros in on your polling place. Click the icon for your polling place, and the page scrolls down to reveal … [Read more...] about CBS News Logo Facebook, Google remind you to get out and vote
You likely know who you’re voting for in the presidential race, but do you know where your Election Day polling place is? Google, Twitter and Facebook have all rolled out services designed to help voters with everything from finding their polling station to following election results as they start rolling in on Tuesday. Uber, meanwhile, is prompting riders to get to the polls. Zipcar is offering free rentals in some places. Even President Barack Obama has been involved, reminding people to vote in an in-app Spotify message. “Millions of Americans are voting,” the president intones in a short clip that directs listeners to Headcount.org for voter information. “You should be one of them.” It’s all part of a push to get Americans out to vote in what has been one of the ugliest and most bitterly fought campaigns in recent memory. The tension has been so fierce, Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump didn’t even shake hands before two … [Read more...] about CBS News Logo Tech giants offer up last-minute Election Day help
PROMINENT public figures and everyday heroes are honoured in Britain with an MBE, OBE or CBE. But many of us don't know the real meaning of the prestigious awards, handed out twice a year. Here's all you need to know... What’s the difference between an MBE, OBE and CBE? The lucky recipients of the MBE, OBE and CBE are announced a few days before the end of the year and around the Queen's state birthday, which was last held on June 17, 2017. They recognise the contributions and achievements of people from all walks of life, from Hollywood stars to humble volunteers. The three most well-known awards represent different ranks in the Order of the British Empire. The highest ranking of the three is a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE), followed by OBE (Officer) and then the MBE (Member). Can women be knighted? There is no female equivalent to a knighthood as women are appointed to an order of chivalry. Women who are appointed to the Most Noble Order of the Garter … [Read more...] about Here are the key differences between an MBE, OBE, CBE and a knighthood
“I’m calling it the Purge,” a friend who works in Hollywood told me, a few days into the post-Weinstein era. Off the top of his head, he listed half a dozen men in the entertainment business whose behavior, he hoped, would no longer be condoned. In the weeks to come, they started toppling, joined by others, in a seemingly never-ending cascade, the world’s longest domino trick. The morning-news anchor, the worldly talk-show host, the animation genius with the awful shirts, “feminist” men, liberals, tortured artists, moguls, icons, “bad boys,” funny guys, even the folksy curmudgeon from public radio: they are being fired; stepping down; awkwardly apologizing, engendering ridicule and pique; or defending themselves and inviting rage. Then, like a backward rapture, they disappear, with the tacit or expressed acknowledgment that this is not their time. Amy Ziering, a documentarian who has made films about sexual assault in the military and on … [Read more...] about Can Hollywood Change Its Ways?