Google markets polling for US elections. Can algorithms change voting preferences? (RBDR 04.12.2016)

Today on RBDR:

1) Google has been earnestly working to market its online polling capabilities to presidential and congressional candidates, as well as major media outlets.

2) A psychologist, Robert Epstein, is pushing his belief that Google algorithms can create searches that manipulate election preference for particular candidates.

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