Presenting a report to the Parliamentary Digital Channels Board, Google responded to the claim that users were directed in internet search engines and argued that there was no algorithm specific to Turkey.
Google submitted a 36-page report to the Parliamentary Digital Media Board. The report included information on how the search engine works, how algorithms work, and information security.
According to TRT Haber, the report states that there is no algorithm specific to Turkey, and it is noted that users are provided with the most relevant results possible.
It was emphasized that distorting search results for political purposes harms Google activities.
“PERSONAL DATA NEVER SOLD”
The company said that algorithms do not determine whether a content of current events is inaccurate or inaccurate.
The report also responded to the criticism that “Dissident views and opposition sites are given priority”.
Google; While arguing that the systems are not designed for the analysis of subjective concepts such as political tendency, it was explained that 3 criteria are taken into account in the effort with disinformation.
The report also revealed that more than 6 million deceptive content was removed from YouTube last year.
On the other hand, it was underlined that personal information is never sold, and it was emphasized that attempts to obtain personal data were prevented by innovative technologies.