by Christopher Koopman, Senior Director of Strategy and Research; Megan E. Hansen, Research Director
Posted December 20, 2018 In News

AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez
AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez

Google CEO Sundar Pichai’s testimony before the House Judiciary Committee last week is just the latest example of a tech company having to respond to accusations of bias. While Pichai obviously spent much of his time defending Google from such allegations in search results on Google and YouTube, he isn’t alone. Platforms like Facebook, for instance, are being blamed of both “catering to conservatives,” and acting as a network of “incubators for far-left liberal ideologies.”

While accusing these companies of bias is easy, it’s also wrong …

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