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[–] nonservator [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

"Secret bombings? They were no secret. I said 'Look, Martha, here come the bombs.'"

"It's true, he did."

The left-wing nonprofit — which has more recently come under fire for labeling legitimate conservative organizations as “hate groups” — is one of the more than 100 nongovernment organizations (NGOs) and government agencies in YouTube’s “Trusted Flaggers” program...All of the groups in the program have confidentiality agreements, a spokesperson for Google, YouTube’s parent company, previously told TheDC.

The first rule...

The SPLC did not return multiple voicemails and emails seeking comment.

They don't talk to those they consider less than human.

The SPLC has faced tough criticisms not just from conservatives but from the mainstream press as well.

Do tell. And how do those criticisms stack up against the non-stop fellating from the mainstream press?

Bloomberg columnist Megan McArdle similarly noted last year that the SPLC commonly lumps in principled conservatives alongside actual racists and extremists and warned of the possibility that tech companies could rely on the SPLC’s misleading definitions.

“Given the increasing tendency of powerful tech companies to flex their muscle against hate groups,” she wrote, “we may see more and more institutions unwittingly turned into critics or censors, not just of Nazi propaganda, but also of fairly mainstream ideas.”

Like the idea that men and women are not the same?

Fuck the SPLC -- which has been a lying, traitorous cash-grab since the beginning -- and fuck Google.

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[–] nonservator [S] 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Commenter on Ace of Spades:

Google currently appears to be in damage control mode in order to defend itself against Federal Labor Department allegations of a gender pay gap. However, Google has brought all this on itself. For nearly three years, the tech giant has refused to comply with federal compliance investigators' document requests. While the official labor department complaint indicates a preliminary finding of a gender pay gap, the primary issue comes from Google's failure to turn over documents and information.

While Google isn't well known as being a government contractor, the company does in fact receive quite a bit of money for doing government work. However, unlike other federal contractors that accept being subjected to federal compliance reporting to prevent discrimination, Google is asking the court, and world, to just take their word for it, that the tech giant does not discriminate against women when it comes to pay.