Sen. Tom Cotton released a statement on Thursday that slammed Google’s decision to launch a search engine in China that will comply with China’s censorship demands.
If you type the name “Adam Smith” into a Google search, you will find six pictures of a handsomely dressed Enlightenment gent—and one enlarged photo of a decidedly modern, bespectacled man.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers have raised concerns with Google CEO Sundar Pichai over his company’s partnership with Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei, saying it could pose a risk to U.S. national security.
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R., Calif.) on Thursday slammed Google for their search engine listing “Nazism” as one of the ideologies of the California Republican Party.
Minnesota Democrat Al Franken, who resigned from the U.S. Senate in January amid sexual misconduct allegations, used his first public appearance since resigning to lambast Silicon Valley’s leading technology titans and call for greater regulation in the realm of data privacy.
President Donald Trump on Thursday questioned the work of the Senate Intelligence Committee while it investigates allegations of Russian collusion in the 2016 presidential election, suggesting on Twitter that it look into the “fake news networks” instead.
A scholar at New America Foundation was shown the door after he criticized Google, one of the organization’s largest donors.
Troubling news out of Silicon Valley, where Google—the company that knows literally everything about you and everyone you love—has been shown to employ people who think bad thoughts and, in a forum encouraging the free exchange of ideas, exchanged ideas that are Bad. I mean, can you even believe someone would write a manifesto with passages such as these?