Tech giant Google is under scrutiny after reports of its election meddling surfaced, said News Busters. In a blog post published by Sara Carter, a Fox News contributor and investigate journalist, it was revealed that an insider turned over 950 pages worth of evidence. A laptop containing evidence was also submitted to the Department of Justice (DOJ).
The anonymous source said that Google “created algorithms to hide its political bias within artificial intelligence platforms.” Through this method, the company was able to target specific words, phrases, and contexts. The report also alleged that this algorithm allowed the tech leader to “promote, alter, reference or manipulate perceptions of internet content.”
With the 950-page document the insider provided, the source claimed that reported will have proof of Google’s suspicious activities. The whistle-blower also said that the information contained by the files will be so controversial that it will “actually be taught in universities.”
Not the first time
This was not the first time that the insider got in touch with a journalist regarding Google’s practices. Earlier this year, the source contacted Project Veritas about the company’s illicit activities with regards to the past election.
According to the whistle-blower, he had been gathering evidence regarding the matter for over one year. He did so because he “saw something dark and nefarious going on with the company.”
He added that Google’s activities did not only “tamper with the elections.” Instead, it did so in order to “essentially overthrow the United States.”
Project Veritas published the report tackling the firm’s “algorithmic unfairness” back in June 2019. The website also released a huge number of sensitive documents including a blacklist. According to the insider, this list has names of websites which will be restricted from “appearing on news feeds for an Android Google product.”
Threats to safety
After the publication of the reports, the insider received “wellness checks” from the police. He believed that the check was initiated by Google. He also supposedly received a demand letter from the firm. The insider complied with the demands.
However, before submitting to the firm’s will, the whistle-blower was able to send the documents to the DOJ’s Antitrust division.
The whistle-blower encouraged other insiders to speak up about the illicit activities of the company. He also urged the public to look at the documents. Individuals can access a comprehensive list of leaked Google documents on the Project Veritas website.