• Google continues to violate section 230 of the communications decency act.

    Tucker Carlson is the only one who continues to expose Google executives and policy who say one thing and do something else.

    Assisting the Pentagon violates their core values but assisting China with Artificial Intelligence and a search engine that can be censored does not violate these same core values? Something is wrong with Google, Continued lip service from top executives should be investigated and pressure brought to bear. Google has control of data.

  • GOOGLE EXECUTIVES ARE LEFTISTs who - in the place within the "public square" - Are Not Trustworthy

    It is self-evident, GOOGLE's senior managers are highly-biased in support of left-wing initiatives & Democrat & Socialist Party political candidates. Their search-engine, Their algorhythms, Etc. Are also biased to support of eft-wing causes. They are not trustworthy. Their business model is deceitful & dishonet- luring the consumer of their free search engine service to believe they are the "customer" - when, In fact, The consumer's data is purposely being exploited by GOOGLE for separate for-profit marketing & commerce. The situation is out-of-control. Dale

  • Why have algorithms

    The very fact that they use algorithms to pick which content is displayed first when it comes to political choices is all that needs knowing. There shouldn’t be any unnecessary code to pick from legacy (leftists) news site consistently over anything thought to be conservative. It’s censorship plain and simple.

  • It already is.

    Google already has to comply with many regulations in the US. For data collection, for investigations, for privacy factors, for advertisements, for a bunch of stuff. It's pointless to chant 'MORE REGULATION' when Google is already regulated and has to abide by the laws of the US. What we should worry about is the Oil Companies starting to ruin the environment, or breaking up the Telecom Monopoly. If ANYBODY needs more regulation, it's the Telecom industry.

  • No, they are a company that operates in a free market.

    Unless the United States begins to regulate many other companies, there is no right for them to regulate Google. It is a company operating in a free market economy. While I may disagree that this is the best system, the United States needs to honor this ideal and not unfairly target Google.

  • No.

    Google is an entity, a company. It is already regulated by anti monopoly laws and the laws of the respective countries it maintains a physical presence in. Anything more would be singling out a company for entirely unnecessary things. And in all honesty, Google is probably too powerful at this point for any government to censure it.

  • No, Google should not be regulated as that would violate our constitutional right to freedom of speech.

    Google continues to expand its reach as a search engine, news source, email provider and much more. Millions of people utilize Google every day, which of course makes it a medium for bad content as well as good. However, freedom of speech and freedom of the press is a constitutional right, and should not be in any way regulated or interfered with, no matter what the medium.

  • No. Google should not be regulated as it would harm freedom of speech.

    Google is a site used by many people around the world for different reasons. There is no good reason for the government to regulate Google in any way because to do so would be to stop the free dissemination of speech throughout the world. Our constitution strictly prohibits this and the US should abide by the law.

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