Google responds to Trump and says it doesn't manipulate political opinions
Company responded to US President's accusations by stating that 'they do not prefer any political ideology'
Trump accused Google of suppressing conservativesReuters / Kevin Lamarque / 22.8.2018Google has denied that its search engines were changed to "manipulate the political opinions" of its users in response to US President Donald Trump's accusations on Tuesday that the site is set to silence conservative voices."Searches are not used to set a political agenda, and we prefer no political ideology, and we never order search results to manipulate political opinions," Google said in a statement.See tooFollow the international news of portal R7Trump attacks media again after newspapers report their threatsWhite House confirms that Trump will not attend John McCain's funeralThe Mountain View, Calif.-based company noted that "every year" makes "hundreds of improvements" to its algorithms to ensure that they "reveal high quality content in response to user requests."In a message on his Twitter account, Trump pointed out that "Google and others are suppressing conservativ...
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