This #GoogleLeaks thread could be a bigger deal than the Twitter Files

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    by Kevin Haggerty, BizPac Review:

    In a “Twitter Files” style thread, one independent journalist made the case for Elon Musk to further expose the unseen machinations of his social media company based on 2019 leaks that demonstrated Google’s influence over elections.

    Going by the name KanekoaTheGreat, the previously banned account that was restored by the billionaire entrepreneur, took to Twitter Monday with a link to a September substack he posted that declared “Google Rigged The 2020 Election.” The piece called back to the 2019 report by Project Veritas which spoke with Google insider Zachary Vorhies who leaked nearly a thousand pages of internal documents that detailed alleged censorship and suppression of conservative content.

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    “In 2019, 950 pages of Google’s internal documents leaked, providing evidence of Google’s use of blacklists and machine learning algorithms to censor conservatives and populists,” Kanekoa wrote. “These are the type of source documents @elonmusk should release.”

    The post went on to emphasize Google’s footprint of roughly 5.6 billion searches every day accounting for approximately 90 percent of searches conducted on the internet, with the runner-up in traffic being YouTube, garnering around 1 billion hours of daily video views.

    “In other words, our minds, our political beliefs, and our world views are inseparably linked to Google’s search results,” Kanekoa asserted, “but Google is no longer an objective source of information, and the tech giant is actively censoring what we see.”

    Vorhies had said in 2019, “I’m going to publish this information so that other people can see the system that Google has built in order to control the entire information landscape,” and added, “It doesn’t matter whether you’re left or whether you’re right, when you see this, both sides are going to agree that this is wrong.”
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