If you operate a conservative website, Google may be inclined to classify you under the title of Hate Group. They have launched a new robot search engine with the idea of rooting out all hate. They and all their liberal support groups get to define what s hate and what is not. You can be assured that if you do not conform to their party line of liberal progressive socialist, you will earn the hate monicker.
As Written By Joseph Curl for the Daily Wire:
Free speech ain’t what it used to be.
The anarcho-communists on the Left are using the made-up kerfuffle over President Trump supposedly embracing white supremacists to crack down on whatever they decide they just don’t like, and now, tech giant Google is getting in on the game.
Under the guise of rooting out “hate,” the search engine company is launching “a new machine learning tool to help journalists covering hate news leverage this data in their reporting,” Google said in a blogpost.
Not surprisingly, Google has partnered with liberal groups like ProPublica, BuzzFeed News, and the Southern Poverty Law Center with the goal of making data about “hate events” more accessible to journalists. Other “news” sites deemed worthy of judging content across the internet include Buzzfeed, The Root, The New York Times, Univision, Meedan (whatever that is), and, of course, the gay site The Advocate (which today features “100 Photos of Beautiful Men in the P-Town Sunset” — don’t miss it!).
From Google’s blogpost:
The Documenting Hate News Index — built by the Google News Lab, data visualization studio Pitch Interactive and ProPublica — takes a raw feed of Google News articles from the past six months and uses the Google Cloud Natural Language API to create a visual tool to help reporters find news happening across the country. It’s a constantly-updating snapshot of data from this year, one which is valuable as a starting point to reporting on this area of news.
The Documenting Hate project launched in response to the lack of national data on hate crimes. While the FBI is required by law to collect data about hate crimes, the data is incomplete because local jurisdictions aren’t required to report incidents up to the federal government.
All of which underlines the value of the Documenting Hate Project, which is powered by a number of different news organisations and journalists who collect and verify reports of hate crimes and events. Documenting Hate is informed by both reports from members of the public and raw Google News data of stories from across the nation………..