On June 16, Google chose to acknowledge Father’s Day with a gender-neutral doodle that an article from Summit News says “depicted a family which looked something like a cross between Teletubbies and ducks.”



The massive tech monolith Google doesn’t want to be investigated or regulated. Google CEO Sundar Pichai carefully worded his criticisms of the antitrust investigations and the calls for regulation of big tech, in an June 13 interview with CNN’s Poppy Harlow.



Google and YouTube aren’t less interested in free speech than in maintaining politically correct status. Google CEO Sundar Pichai told his gay Google employees, aka “Gayglers,” that the company will consult “many groups, including people who have themselves experienced harassment” in order to descide future company policy. He proclaimed that “our Gaygler and Trans communities have always been a core part of Google culture,” according to The Verge, which received a copy of the June 12 e-mail.



The world’s most popular search engine classified one of the most crucial legal documents of 2019 as “fiction.” The Washington Post reported June 10 that Google had been labeling the Mueller Report as “fiction” in the genre category.



When it rains, it pours. Big Tech companies have lost more than $140 billion in market value as the Justice Department and Federal trade Commission  announced impending investigations. The two arms of government are preparing antitrust investigations for Big Tech companies. According to CNN Business, several stocks have tanked shortly afterward.



Media Research Center President Brent Bozell on Monday starred in a PragerU video exposing the dangers of social media tech censorship. Bozell traced the history of companies like Apple, from rebelling against the old ways in the famous Apple 1984 Super Bowl commercial, to pushing conformity and squashing debate. Citing efforts to stifle speech, Bozell lamented, “Our former liberators now want to be our masters.... They are becoming the Big Brother Orwell foresaw. ”



RESTON, VA -- Media Research Center (MRC) President Brent Bozell issued the following statement today in response to reports that the Justice Department is opening an antitrust investigation into Google. February 21st, the MRC organized a letter from the Free Speech Alliance (FSA) which was signed by 32 conservative leaders to Attorney General William Barr recommending that he open an investigation into Google, Facebook and Twitter. This was the first formal written request made to the new Attorney General to investigate big tech's lack of transparency, censorship, and bias.



Google prides itself on creating a “safe,” politically “nonpartisan” and “inclusive” workplace… for everybody but conservatives, according to one Google engineer. Conservative Google software engineer Mike Wacker published a scathing May 21 tell-all on Medium describing the liberal insanity he encounters on a daily basis. “If left unchecked,” he wrote, “these outrage mobs will hunt down any conservative, any Christian, and any independent free thinker at Google who does not bow down to their agenda.” 



While Democrats ironically call for Facebook to be broken up, one would never know from looking at their campaign receipts. In the course of 22 days, Democrats running for president have outspent Trump on social media ads by 5-to-1.

 



The White House slammed both Google and Facebook over the First Amendment when it passed on a New Zealand plea for censorship of online content. The Washington Post reported that while other foreign powers sign on to the Christchurch Call to Eliminate Terrorist and Violent Extremist Content Online, the White House refused.



Google has laid down the law that employees can be severely punished for accessing internal information without permission. Because employees have leaked information over ethical concerns and staged sit-ins and walkouts, the company plans to crack down.

 



Google’s methods of curating news involves infusing a heavy dose of liberal ideology. That’s not just the opinion of conservatives, it’s the opinion of a top journalism publication. A study done by the Columbia Journalism Review, released on May 10, stated that out of the top 20 search results in Google’s “Top Stories,” the search engine relied on CNN more than any other news site.