Any Search Engine that doesn't censored "Election fraud" suggestion search term?
Recently I notice when typing "Election F" or "Election Fr" in all search engine (that I know of), all of 'em won't suggest the search term "Election Fraud". This obviously is a suppression of certain political view (or a bias against the orange man LOL), because Election Fraud is currently a public interest & global hot topic, plus there are a lot of evidences suggesting the 2020 America Election is indeed rigged, it's not a misinformation or fake news (according to certain dubious "fact checker")...
So, anyone found a search engine that ain't suppressing or censoring this topic?
P.S. I'm no American, but I do care about free & fair election in all "democratic" countries. And currently it seems all big tech r against this & actively suppressing info about this topic, so I'm looking for Alt tech that are non-partisan, a search engine that show me everything it can find across the net without obvious bias or "censorship".
You could find some info here.
And on other TG groups.
Pathduck last edited by
Just because a search term doesn't appear in the first suggestion (for a single letter), does not mean someone is suppressing your political views. The G for instance has no problem showing a suggestion if you can manage to type
But Qwant seems to be the search engine of choice for the
lunatic fringeconspiracy mindset
@Zalex108 Thanks. currently I'm follow
@Pathduck I did try fr but most of 'em show me Election French instead... Maybe it's censored in certain country? I'm in Malaysia now.
Just because a search term doesn't appear in the first suggestion (for a single letter), does not mean someone is suppressing your political views.
It's not a conspiracy, it's about manipulation from dark pattern/design. Nothing you see or experience in the web are design by accident, they are all designed to accomplish certain goals. This is especially true when we are talking about G FB T. The idea is people won't search for something they don't know exist or understand, thus by censoring a search term from auto suggestion list, it can suppressing the mass public from knowing about certain topic.
Thanks, that's what Im looking for.
@Pesala Try read this, warning it's very long & difficult to understand: The Unabomber Manifesto: Industrial Society and Its Future
Long story short: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ted_Kaczynski#Summary
So far, this guy is pretty much correct about the way our society is heading... especially recent event of CCP virus & Big tech (elite/intellectual group) try to hijack the 2020 America election. LOL
@dude99 Yandex, and Qwant, and Yahoo all pass your test. Yandex passes with flying colors: Even just "election " (including the space) shows "election fraud" and "election fraud 2020" as search suggestions.
But you said that you're looking for "a search engine that show me everything it can find across the net without obvious bias or "censorship". Even putting aside your test: If I trust any of those search-engines to be that, it's Yandex.
Edit: Yahoo gets search-results from Bing, and Bing fails your test. Meaning that, if Bing is censoring search-results, Yahoo's probably going to inherent that censorship.
Just recalled about Mojeek.
Mojeek doesn't seem to have search suggestions, so this test wouldn't apply there.
The G for instance has no problem showing a suggestion if you can manage to type fr instead...
When I tried it in Google: "election fr" didn't give "election fraud", per say.
Strangely, there were only two search-suggestions: "election fraud prevention act" and "election fraud state farm arena"
"election f" (no r) in Google gives plenty of search suggestions, but none of them are related to election fraud.
Mods, delete this post please.
purgat0ri last edited by purgat0ri
- Claim that it's not a conspiracy theory.
- Outline the conspiracy theory.
- Cite the Unabomber Manifesto as evidence for your conspiracy theory
Sigh. Maybe ole Ted was right to be skeptical about technology: arguably humanity's greatest feat of technology, the world wide web, appears to have brought deeply-distorted ways of thinking to spread like viruses—oops, bad analogy, viruses are "fake news" too, right?
As for the OT, I'm afraid that neither I, nor anyone else, can supply a search engine which is exempt from a phenomena that is not happening in the first place (not that censorship doesn't happen, but you just don't understand how search-engine completion algorithms work, and this notion that everything on the web is designed with a specific—even unified—intent in mind is pure paranoia. Humans aren't that clever, or well organised).
Catweazle last edited by
Certainly there can be certain manipulations on the network itself through frequent topics created on the network that are collected by the corresponding bots.
But for this very reason they are always preferable private search engines, not only for privacy reasons itself, but by not saving the search history on the server, they do not have the filter bubble effect that puts previous results of user searches first, as with Google, Bing, Yahoo, Baidu and Yandex search engines.
Although private search engines use their engines, they do so anonymously, they do not relate previous results and therefore offer more neutral results.
Catweazle last edited by
@dude99 , it don't make sense, if you want neutral results. Who is going to filter what is right or left? Such a filter invariably leads to filtering for outside interests. Filtering sexual or violent content is more obvious if you want to protect minors, but what is politically correct depends on the orientation of the author of the search engine, it is not the same.
These filters should only start from the user, if we want a free network without zensures. Search results must remain as neutral as possible, the only thing that can be blocked from certain pages for clearly breaking the law, be it for illegal content, terrorism, pedophile, etc., on specific occasions.
AlienProber last edited by AlienProber
**Get a clue there was no election fraud PERIOD!!!!!!
The Orange man lost PERIOD!!!!!**
"plus there are a lot of evidences suggesting the 2020 America Election is indeed rigged, it's not a misinformation or fake news (according to certain dubious "fact checker").."
Fake news to go with a fake president that's OUT.
AlienProber last edited by
Twitter has not shut him up, they have been going out of there way to point out the misinformation he keeps posting. Try again
luetage last edited by
It’s simple in a way. Turn off suggestion. I have never used them. What’s more of an issue are results.
plus there are a lot of evidences suggesting the 2020 America Election is indeed rigged
Let’s not get political here.
barbudo2005 last edited by
Maybe the thing is more simple:
Doesn´t appears because it didn't occurs.