For far too long, there has been a very palpable fear in this nation that our technological advances may be giving way to something larger and more dangerous than any of us realize.
The dotcom boom of the early 2000’s invariably altered the way in which our world does everything, from travel to retail, healthcare to finance. We’ve moved all of the nuisance activities from the real world to the digital realm, and we rely on enormous private companies to keep it all running. These are largely unregulated corporations with immense power, who can arbitrarily cancel the function of everyday Americans and the businesses that they love.
So, obviously, maintaining a bias-free environment in online business is of the utmost importance.
That’s why a new book coming to market has the technocratic cabal on edge.
An upcoming book from Breitbart News investigative reporter Allum Bokhari is set to “shake the foundations of Silicon Valley,” according to a Big Tech source who has worked at numerous tech giants including Google.
The book, #DELETED: Big Tech’s Battle to Erase the Trump Movement and Steal the Election, will be published by Center Street on September 22, and is currently available for preorder at Barnes & Noble and other retailers.
Just how worried was the tech insider?
“When voters find out what big tech companies have done to meddle in the coming election, they’ll be rightly furious” said the source, who worked on key Google products for several years.
“The level of covert manipulation is breathtaking. Every American who’s worried about the future of free and fair elections should read this book.”
Google has largely denied accusations of bias and meddling, but the company has also suffered a number of defectors.
The book’s author, Allum Bokhari, has worked as a tech reporter at Breitbart News since 2015. He has helped whistleblowers within Google, Facebook, and YouTube release damning leaks exposing Big Tech’s political bias.
In 2018, he obtained “The Google Tape,” a one-hour recording of Google’s top executives reacting to the election of Donald Trump in 2016. The most powerful people at the company, including co-founder Sergey Brin, CEO Sundar Pichai, and chief legal officer Kent Walker expressed dismay over Trump’s election, with Walker pledging to make the populist movement a “blip” in history.
Just over a month later, Bokhari obtained “The Good Censor,” an 85-page document from within Google admitting to Silicon Valley’s “shift towards censorship.” Sen. Ted Cruz later grilled representatives of Google about the leak during a congressional hearing.
And it’s not just Google.
Bokhari’s book also details efforts by YouTube, Facebook, and others to stymy the efforts of the 2020 Trump campaign and the GOP base.
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