’The Creepy Line’ Documentary Explores How Google and Facebook Can Undermine Democracy

’The Creepy Line’ Documentary Explores How Google and Facebook Can Undermine Democracy, by Lucas Nolan.

The new documentary The Creepy Line explores how the Masters of the Universe in Silicon Valley can utilize their platforms to suppress speech and undermine democracy — a topic of vital importance for elections in 2018, 2020, and beyond.

The Creepy Line is a new feature-length documentary that explores how Silicon Valley tech companies can use their vast influence to crack down on speech and undermine democracy. The film focuses specifically on Facebook and Google, and analyzes exactly what these companies do once they have unlimited access to user’s data. The film uses first-hand accounts, scientific experiments, and detailed analysis to explore the risks of allowing these two tech giants free reign over the personal information of millions of people.

Steering elections big-time:

Breitbart News has reported extensively on the work of Dr. Robert Epstein and his analysis of large tech firms. One of Epstein’s reports has claimed that by returning negative search suggestions when searching the name of a political candidate, search engines like Google can shift the opinions of undecided voters by up to 43.4 percent. Speaking at a Breitbart News Town Hall, Epstein noted that Google could shift election results without anyone even realizing:

“We estimated that if these companies were all working together and supporting the same candidate, and really pulling out all the stops and using all the methods they have to manipulate, they could shift 10 percent of the voting population of America, with no-one knowing that they had done this, and without leaving a paper trail for authorities to track,” he stated. “10 percent could be shifted — that’s a lot of votes, with no-one knowing that they’ve done this.”

hat-tip Scott of the Pacific