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Google Says Only "White People" Can Be Racist While Confirming That "Reverse Racism DOES NOT Exist"

Back in February, Google drew some heat when a Muslim blogger, Hind Makki, pointed out a seemingly racist "kink" in the search engine's algorithm related to a search for "american muslims report terrorism." Apparently Google made the incorrect assumption that Makki meant to search for "american muslims support terrorism." Oops. No Google, I didn't. pic.twitter.com/hF0vXpjcoc — Hind Makki (@HindMakki) February 12, 2016 Tosh.
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