Online activists flood Google search results for ‘idiot’ wi…

If you Google image search “idiot” right now, you’ll find images of President Donald Trump. Online activists, in protest of Trump’s policies regarding unauthorized immigrants and members of the LGBTQ community, among others, are pushing his portraits to the top by manipulating the search engine’s ranking algorithm, as first reported by The Guardian earlier this
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Google’s image search result for the word “idiot.” Google A new web search trick is making the rounds on the internet: Type in the word “idiot” as your Google search term and your screen will be flooded with images of President Donald Trump. The image onslaught is apparently the result of a campaign by online
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Updated July 19, 2018 09:35:50 Photo: Jarrod Sierocki believes he is the first person in Australia to sue Google, Microsoft and Yahoo for defamation. (ABC News: Mark Slade) A Brisbane businessman believes he is the first in the world to sue all three global online search engine giants in defamation claims worth more than $4
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US President Donald Trump is leading the search of the word ‘idiot’ on Google’s image search. When you type the word into Google’s image search, Trump’s pictures are the first to appear. This is partially attributed to the Green Day song – American Idiot – which was used by protestors during his trip to London.
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Google will be hit by its biggest ever regulatory fine on Wednesday, as Brussels imposes a multibillion-euro penalty on the American tech group for abusing its dominant position in operating systems for mobile phones. The European Commission finding is the most consequential decision made in its eight-year antitrust battle with Google. People familiar with the
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In the beginning there was phone phreaking and worms. Then came spam and pop ups. And none of it was good. But in the nascent decades of the internet, digital networks were detached and isolated enough that the average user could mostly avoid the nastiest stuff. By the early 2000s, though, those walls started coming
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Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Google says the new service will benefit job hunters and employers Google has secured several of the UK’s largest recruitment services for a local version of its jobs-hunting tool. Reed, Guardian Jobs, Haymarket and Totaljobs.com are among those providing listings, in addition to global sites such as LinkedIn and
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the week ahead The Fed chairman will testify before panels in the House and Senate, and the Commerce Department will holding hearings on auto tariffs. Bank of America will report its second-quarter earnings on Monday. The banks that have already done so reported strong growth.CreditTina Fineberg for The New York Times ECONOMY Fed chairman to
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