Google’s new tool, Perspective, works by comparing comments left on news websites to comments left on Wikipedia and the New York Times that were deemed “toxic” by a team of human reviewers.
The only criteria given for what constitutes a “toxic” comment is that it causes someone to leave a conversation. Obviously, this could also include someone who lost a debate or who is merely offended or triggered by another comment.
With trust in mainstream media plummeting, the real goal behind the censorship and in some cases entire removal of comment sections is to manipulate public opinion.
As the Daily Tech revealed, Popular Science admitted that the decision to pull its comment section was in order to preach a “scientific doctrine” on global warming without being challenged.
Popular Science acknowledged that their decision was based on a study by Dominique Brossard, a Life Sciences Communication professor at the Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, that appeared in the February 2013 edition of the peer-reviewed Journal of Computer-Mediated Communications.
And this is what you have going on right now with mainstream media outlets. They are supposed to be allowing US citizens discuss and fact check their articles but now your seeing their own personal bias become the news. Big shout out to Infowars!
One of the several reason I don't do Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, you-name-it
It's as if the NWO is taking the lead from George Orwell's novels, 'Animal Farm' and '1984'... written in the late 40's, these novels present us with some very startling parallels, prophetic insights into todays ruling class... If one wants a good read, with insights into todays leftist dogma and propaganda driven world... these two novels would serve them well.
Was George Orwell a GENIUS or just lucky ? ( PROPHETIC ) An ancient con used to make money by predicting the future of the GULLIBLE !
Inspired prophecy is not profit centered... Mr. Orwell was a genius and quasi prophet by any standard of examination... he was gifted with a perceptive view of the future...
Orwell's work continues to influence popular and political culture... The term Orwellian.. is descriptive for totalitarian social practices... this term and more have entered our language with many neologisms, including: Cold war, Big Brother, Thought Police, Room 101, Memory hole, Newspeak, doublethink, and thougthcrime... Given his proclivity to describe future events, with such detail, one might call him a modern day prophet.
WELL SAID COL.
Atlas Shrugged also hits the nail on the head.
Actually Ayn Rand's, 'Atlas Shrugged' is a little convoluted... so many people disappearing. Where is John Galt... may be beyond some to understand... too, connect the dots. However, George Orwell's dystopian classics are clear, entertaining and easily understood...
John Galt .... is holding up a bridge in CHICAGO