Google is World Censor: check out the 9 Blacklists

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Google blacklists 10,000 sites a day for various reasons, mainly for spam. For them, this includes sharing or modifying blog posts like the one below. Thousands of blogs and alternative news sites are permanently ‘deranked’ for sharing, so they only appear in Google Search if you search the exact title or URL. Many bloggers see their traffic vanish and close down.

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Google blacklists 10,000 sites a day for various reasons, mainly for spam.20 For them this includes sharing or modifying blog posts like the one below.  Thousands of blogs and alternative news sites, including this one (thefreeonline) are permanently ‘deranked’ for sharing, so they only appear in Google Search if you search the exact title or URL. Many bloggers see their traffic vanish and close down.

google censorshipThe New Censorship    How did Google become the internet’s censor and master manipulator, blocking access to millions of websites?

By Robert Epstein.. re-blogged with thanks, (illustrations etc added)
Google, Inc., isn’t just the world’s biggest purveyor of information; it is also the world’s biggest censor.

The company maintains at least nine different blacklists that impact our lives, generally without input or authority from any outside advisory group, industry association or government agency. Google is not the only company suppressing content on the…

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16 thoughts on “Google is World Censor: check out the 9 Blacklists

    • Interesting link, futuret. If people are worried about being able to detect cancer, they should just get a dog (wolves and dogs can smell it) instead of being so fixated on find a technological fix.

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  1. Google is why I refuse to turn on Hulu or Netflix because I cannot view content on those sites without downloading Google Chrome onto my computer. I am filthy tired of these assholes forcing shit down our throats and telling us to like it and now to know that we are ‘blacklisted’ also? That is just the end of enough! I am ‘old school’ and cannot stand this newfangled mess that is exactly that, mess!

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  2. I use Firefox 90% of the time (and an Acer Chromebook when travelling) and have recently begun to ween myself off Google. I’ve been trying out alternate search engines such as Ecosia, DuckDuckGo and Yandex the past couple of weeks and find Yandex the by far superior to the others for most things, though I still occasionally use Google for images.

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