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The Silicon Valley Agenda

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by wayneL, Jul 26, 2019.

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  1. wayneL

    wayneL Rotaredom

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    I don't suppose to know what their orecise political agenda actually is, but it is pretty clear that the SV companies are attempting to direct opinions.

    Not only are they censorious to the right, but also sections of the moderate left.

    I like Tulsi. I like her less than Trump, but far more than the other Dems.

    But look what's going on:

     
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  2. SirRumpole

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    No different to the mainstream media who just don't publish stories about people they don't like , unless the stories are bad of course.

    Social media looks to have as much as if not more power than mainstream media these days and it looks to have an agenda which is more shadowy than the MM.
     
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  3. StockyGuy

    StockyGuy Observe, Discuss, Apply

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    Of course Google deny any political targeting of Tulsi - https://www.theverge.com/2019/7/25/...-lawsuit-ad-search-ban-political-bias-debates .

    But yeah who knows. It doesn't exactly surprise if one is outspoken critic of a company that potentially you may not receive the highest customer service as an advertiser on their platform. She could just be wrong, though, outright. Seems like it's shaping up to go to court to decide.
     
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