Until Tuesday’s suit, Big Tech was beyond the rules
The suit claims the $1 trillion company uses its market power to fend off rivals. A breakup of the internet search and advertising company is possible.
"We had to act quickly and creatively to adapt to the new reality and provide support and monetary first aid to those in dire need," said ESRA CEO Sunny Marshanky.
The video platform said it would now ban any content with claims about COVID-19 vaccines that contradict consensus from local health authorities or the World Health Organization.
Watchdog Observatorio Web identified 500 videos in Spanish espousing Holocaust denial, which YouTube has now taken down.
The report urged Congress to allow antitrust enforcers more leeway in stopping companies from purchasing potential rivals, something that is now difficult.
Upon running an image search for "Jewish baby strollers," users would see row upon row of portable ovens — an offensive allusion to the Holocaust.
Google says it’s looking into the search results and wants to improve them. But according to researchers, the results may not be an accident.
Corleone sings in his 10th album, The Phantom Threat, about wanting his children to “live like Jewish investors” and of being “determined like Adolf.”
The Google Israel office has not only been a key contributor to the fight against the novel coronavirus, but also serves as a center that protects populations faced with natural disasters.