The internet giant uses blacklists, algorithm tweaks and an army of contractors to shape what you see

They are arguably the most powerful lines of computer code in the global economy, controlling how much of the world accesses information found on the internet, and the starting point for billions of dollars of commerce.


I am shaking my head at this story being ‘broken’ by the WSJ, considering it was broken about 3 or 4 years ago already. . . but at the same time, if a tree falls in the woods and nobody is there to here it, you have to give them credit for being the first mainstream outlet to break it. Even if they are 4 years late.

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