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The Google “Machine Learning Fairness” Whistle-Blower That Went Public

In light of the upcoming 2024 elections what this person has to say is still relevant today.

Back in 2019, a brave YouTube engineer spoke to Project Veritas on the record about political bias at Google.  (YouTube is a subsidiary of Google where he had worked for eight years.)

This courageous young man leaked documents to Veritas that showed Google’s political agenda and an editorial bias — potentially evidence that Google is running amiss of their exemptions under Section 230 of the Communications and Decency Act.

He leaked documents to them that show Google could be breaking federal law.

The insider, Zachary Vorhies, decided to go public after receiving a threatening letter from Google, and after he says Google allegedly called the police to perform a “wellness check” on him. Zach has left Google and has made it his mission to expose what he calls, “something dark and nefarious going on with the company.

The video below is posted on YouTube, which is owned by Google. If the video is no longer available, CLICK HERE, to see it on Bit Chute.

Despite Google’s efforts, Zach told Project Veritas that becoming an insider has put him at peace:

“And there are people right now that are listening to this, that work inside Google and, and understand what I’m saying and agree with me and they, they’re, they feel tremendous guilt.  I want to talk to them and say, look, it’s okay.  . . . And I’ve been living with this like burden for three years, since 2016 when they started changing everything and you know, and, and to have that burden lifted off of my soul is I’ve never felt happier or more at peace with myself than I have like right now.”

After risking his career and livelihood to show us the secrets inside Google, Zach wants you to share this video with as many people as possible.

8 replies on “The Google “Machine Learning Fairness” Whistle-Blower That Went Public”

Some more on this topic: the documents are also available from , with no need for downloading & installing any additional plugin software (Signiant). Documents will be downloaded in a .zip file “Don’t be” (large, some 300MB in size), and when un-zipped will produce eight different folders of documents.
There is another alternative – web page that lets you to select, access & download any individual document/s from any the 8 folders. It worked for me when I tested it – the address is!MPh01SDC!86ts1dyipJmuVOFbH06eGQ . It mimics File Explorer pretty well, just click on the little triangle between the red-circled M and the “Jewgle” folder icon in the top left part of the page to toggle the directory tree.
Hope this works for you as well as it did for me.

Glad it worked.
These things could be tricky sometimes (browser dependent etc), so it is good to check & confirm it.

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