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Google Home spreads bizarre right-wing conspiracy theory

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I don’t want to alarm anyone, but if Google Home is to be believed, Barack Obama is planning a coup.

With Trump making unfounded accusations against Obama this weekend, it makes sense that Google’s smart speaker would indulge in a right-wing conspiracy theory. 

First, Danny Sullivan of SearchEngineLand discovered that Google was offering up fake news about an Obama coup when you typed the question into the search engine behemoth. 

If you’re wondering if Obama is planning a coup, Google’s “one true answer” is yes. FFSpic.twitter.com/pFr7omJttU

— Danny Sullivan (@dannysullivan) March 5, 2017 Read more…

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