Cernovich: Google Hired Contractors to De-List InfoWars from Search Index

Once again, independent journalist Mike Cernovich breaks the story . . .

In a post on his Medium account Sunday, independent journalist Mike Cernovich broke another major story, and this time Google is involved.

According to his post:

Google has hired contractors to remove or limit Alex Jones’ website Infowars.com from its search engines. According to a search engine evaluator for Google, all contractors have been [instructed] to actively rate InfoWars as a low quality and untrusted site.

Take a look at the following image:

Cernovich breaks down the instructions to the contractors:

  • InfoWars is not an “outright false” website and is not “among the worst of the worst.”
  • “There are a number of controversial, often debunked claims that the site regularly promotes.”
  • InfoWars articles must be rated “Low to Medium”.

 

An image taken from his article:

Not long after, Business Insider jumped on the story and helped corroborate Cernovich’s claims. Once again, Cernovich wins big.

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