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Is the War Between Google and Trump Worth Fighting?

Google has denied all the allegations leveled by Trump.

War Between Google and Trump

In a recent war of words, Donald Trump, the President of the United States has accused Google of rigging the search results for news about him and his administration. The results are more towards liberal media outlets and too few "Republic/Conservative & Fair Media" sites. To these allegations, Google refuted the claims and clarified its stand on the statement made by Trump.

And, he added, "I think that Google and Twitter and Facebook, they are really treading on very, very troubled territory and they have to be careful."

The president's comments came at a point when all the top executives from Google, Twitter, and Facebook are scheduled to testify about the use of algorithms and content moderating.

The aspect of algorithms has sparked the storm due to the ever-growing menace of fake news and the surprising reach of Russian trolls in public. In the previous hearings also, the conservatives have raised the issue of social media sites of ranking down their viewpoints.

Trump also took to Twitter to take out his vent. The Tweet read,

In a statement to TechCrunch, Google denied indulgence in political bias.

The air of uncertainty has already jarred the upcoming meet of tech giants with the government involving the use of algorithms and content moderating. After this fiasco, it will be interesting to see how Google will put forward its explanation of all the allegations made by the President.

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