edible appreciate your popping up but a big tech company operating shady for a client, offering to spread slander and lies, and a nationwide effort that was against misinformation are similar but not the same.
I think your interpretation of the Time article is different than mine. I see red flags all over it. Itís like OJ Simpsonís ill-advised ďIf I Did ItĒ book to me. neither is suppressing search results as part of a marketing strategy the same as google themselves participating in this.
Well, for a parallel comparison - offering a weighted voting system is basically participating in voter fraud even if the company doesnít do the tampering themselves.
Offering information suppression with political results to clients is just as ruinous to the results as coming together for a little mutually motivated chat in a shady back room.
Thatís just how some like me see it, but I appreciate that you are seeing something else at the moment.
I donít think either of us like political rigging - some of us are more jaded than others, perhaps.
Thankfully Texas is doing something about it, as are other nations and states. 👍
I hope they succeed.