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News Story Source: https://www.libertynation.com By Mark Angelides
Conservative websites are in the crosshairs of Google, and it appears the push is based on foreign "collaboration." A hasty NBC report stated that "Two far-right sites, ZeroHedge and The Federalist, will no longer be able to generate revenue from any advertisements served by Google Ads." While this initial tweet turned out to contain factual errors, an associated article explains that Google is indeed looking to defund publications it deems "dangerous or derogatory."
But the impetus comes not from coding wonks in the bowels of Google parent company Alphabet, but from a left-leaning activist group in the United Kingdom called the Center for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH). The CEO of this nonprofit, Imran Ahmed, is a senior adviser to the British Labour Party and has a long track record of getting individuals and groups deplatformed. Working as a part of CCDH is a campaign called Stop Funding Fake News (SFFakeNews), which has created a blacklist
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