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The Enduring Anti-Black Racism of Google Search

How neoliberalism, Google, and the U.S. porn industry coded searching for ‘black girls’ with racism

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When Algorithms of Oppression was published in 2018, it was a landmark work that interrogated the racism encoded into popular technology products like Google’s search engine. Given that many Americans are currently

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Safiya Umoja Noble, Ph.D.

Safiya Umoja Noble, Ph.D.

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