Any news which professes to be news deserves to be fact checked. Almost all news is more opinion than fact.
Of course I question articles from obviously biased links but Google has become one of those biased links. I never noticed it until I checked it out. I use Norton Safe Search.
A search on Google to any conservative web site will note in the sidebar that it is a conservative web site and who founded it. But they do not do the same for Liberal web sites.
Sometimes they note that malware exists on the site when it does not. They claim a statement made is a lie when the snippet isn’t even in the article.
According to numerous readers of the award-winning conservative Internet news and commentary web site, NewsWithViews.com, readers are being lied to: a popular web browser, Google Chrome, falsely tells NWV readers that "malware" exists on the web site. When you Google our previous news article "Giuliani supporting Trump in NY primary despite GOP attempts to derail campaign" then click on the link, the following warning pops up "Warning — visiting this web site may harm your computer!" You may want to consider using an alternate search engine for the time being such as 'StartPage.com, Yahoo.com, and there are plenty others, Etc.
This is allegedly seen with news stories that address political and social issues from a conservative or libertarian perspective especially positive stories and comments that are favorable to GOP front-runner Donald Trump , according to several writers and the editor at NWV, Paul Walter.
The Daily Caller also even makes the claim that one of the stories that Google says is “three Pinocchios,” the Daily Caller says the sentence Google “randomly” chose to evaluate isn’t even in the article.
In the snippet that Google chose for The Daily Caller’s (DC) article, they make it appear that DC is claiming that all of the people hired to investigate the Trump administration and Russia is entirely composed of Clinton donors, when really the story simply states that Robert Mueller hired a Clinton donor to aid the investigation.
Not only is this brief and confusing way of fact-checking an article wrong, but Google has this feature almost exclusively for only Conservative news sites.
Google also shows that major news corporations like The New York Times, The Washington Post, and the Los Angeles Times all seem to be too high and might to deserve a “reviewed claims” section and instead not only have a “writes about” section but also showcases all the awards they’ve won. Apparently the bigger news (and mostly left) news publications are just too good to have ever possibly made a false claim.
Not so strangely YouTube has been deleting conservative videos because Google owns it. Founded in 2005, YouTube was bought by Google for $1.65 billion the following year.
The YouTube channel of influential conservative politics and law website Legal Insurrection has been removed by the video sharing service, citing copyright infringement claims.
“This account has been terminated because we received multiple third-party claims of copyright infringement regarding material the user posted,” explains YouTube, in a notice posted to channel’s page.
Legal Insurrection founder and publisher and Cornell University Law Professor William Jacobson voiced his anger and astonishment at the channel’s removal. “It’s very frustrating, it’s very scary, to have 8 years of content removed without a chance to defend yourself,” he told FoxNews.com.
In an email, Jacobson said that he never received notice of the claims prior to the channel's removal on Thursday. On Friday the publisher received notification from YouTube that the copyright claims were filed by the Modern Languages Association (MLA) based on audio posted of a recent MLA vote on a resolution to boycott Israeli universities. The boycott resolution at the MLA Delegate Assembly failed.
"Clearly this was a politically motivated move," he told FoxNews.com. "I never received any request or complaint from MLA. These were perfectly legitimate fair use excerpts with great news value."https://www.dailywire.com/news/19950/google-now-working-liberal-groups-shut-out-joseph-curl https://pjmedia.com/lifestyle/2017/08/19...ative-bloggers/ http://www.thedailysheeple.com/professor...is-on-it_112016 http://www.newswithviews.com/NWV-News/news507.htm http://www.realtimetrump.com/google-targ...campaign=n11118
Google Targets Conservative News Sites Calling Them Liars, Liberal Sites Are OK
The mega monster search engine that everyone uses, Google, has now decided to become a partisan fact-checking site that only tells viewers how factually wrong conservative sites are while not even touching the liberal news sites, reports The Daily Caller.
In a new feature, Google has employed on their search engine page, whenever you search a news outlet a sidebar will pop up that shows “Topics they write about,” and if you go to a conservative site then they also have a “reviewed claims” section.
In the “reviewed claims” section, Google decided to take semi-random and out of context snippets from the articles and pretty much consistently say that the claim is either “false,” “unsupported,” “Incorrect,” or in like with the Washington Post’s grading system “three Pinocchios.”
DC also says that the fact-checking sites that Google is using are far from bi-partisan and have been known to make mistakes themselves. Snopes is one of the sites and has deliberately omitted key details in order to protect John Kerry’s State Department before.
The fact-checking feature does not, however, show up on left-wing liberal news sites that sorely need to be checked themselves. If you Google sites like Salon, Crooks and Liars, Bustle, Think Progress, Huffington Post, Alternet, Jezebel, or Infowars, the fact-checking feature does not pop up and you are not told how much of liars they actually are.