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Running Political Ads on Google That Spread Disinformation Is Still Really Easy - Patrick Berlinquette

analyse - 28 octobre 2020

lire sur le site originel >>> (OneZero)

Why won’t Google change the algorithm ?
In July, I performed an experiment to see how easy it was to run ads on Google that made false claims about Joe Biden.
First, in the Google Ads system, I bought the keyword “should I vote for Biden ?” Then I told Google I wanted to run this ad :
Within an hour, Google accepted the ad, and it was up and running. It served (usually in the top position) on the results pages for people across the United States when they Googled “should I vote for Biden ?” (...)



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