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    Google removes a popular alt-right social network app for violating hate speech policy
    Gab, the social network that has become popular among members of the alt-right, was removed from the Google Play Store this week for violating Google’s hate speech policy.
     
  1. Patrick Kelly

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    That's their right as a private company. It's my right as a customer to disengage from Google. That isn't easy, though. I have changed to a search engine that doesn't seek to control my searches based on their politics. But, I won't give up my Android phone because my problems with Apple predate my problems with Google by more than thirty years. I'm also awaiting delivery of a Samsung Chromebook Pro. I'm curious about the OS. I'm not longer going to YouTube for anything but old movies and tech videos. Trending and news and politics is out of the question. And, lastly, it's Google's right to treat women employees unfairly and fire anyone who mentions it but I don't have to accept it.

    It's also my opinion that the hate-speech meme is bogus. Hate speech from Gov. Howard Dean and from By Any Means Necessary and by college professors is fine with Google. They define and sanction "hate speech" based not on hatred but on their personal politics.
     
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    Nobody cares Patrick
     
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    Patrick stands with Nazis
     

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