Google users who typed the word “Jew” in the search feature on Tuesday found that the top definition was an antisemitic stereotype. The search engine’s first listed definition of “Jew” was: “to bargain with someone in a miserly or petty way.” Further down in the search results were several conjugations of the word, as “jewed” […]
The Big Tech monopoly has a new way to suppress conservatives.
A search for “Machpela” on Google Maps brings up the result, “Ibrahimi Mosque” with no entry for the Jewish site.
The tech giants’ organizational culture raises significant questions about the wisdom of granting them exclusive control over Israel’s government data for the next seven years.
After a $9 billion fine from the EU, the internet giant is under fire again for allegations it implemented a left-wing political agenda.
If the elected officials don’t meet this unprecedented threat, elections will cease to mean anything.
The plaintiff discovered the material after conducting a Google search in Spanish using the terms “Holocaust” and “truth.” The results included labeling Jews as “degenerate” and the “embodiment of evil.”
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A Hebrew language search for Haman the Agagi on Google produces an unexpected yet appropriate result: an image of Ahmad Ahminajad, the former president of Iran notorious for his extreme hatred of Israel. Though this may be unintentional, the glitch serves to emphasize that Biblical difficulties often return under a different guise, and the ancient solution may still be appropriate.
According to Google Maps, the Holy Temple has popped up in an entirely unexpected place: the Temple Mount.