Amazon and Google pull racist products
Amazon and Google pull racist products

After BBC Click's investigation found many examples, Amazon, Google and Wish removed premium white racist products sold through their platforms.

The portal not only sells flags, blankets and other new products from Ku Klux Klan and Nazi, but also recommends buyers to buy similar products.

Online big retailers are still struggling to use racist products in their stores. Flags of white supremacy, books, and new Nazi goods (the Ku Klux Klan) can be purchased.

Amazon said: The product in question is no longer available and we have taken action against the bad providers that supplied the products and violated our policies.

Although Google has stated that we do not allow objectionable hate content, ads, or products to be displayed, we will actively implement these guidelines and take action if we detect a violation of the rules.

Although Wish Wish: We are working hard to remove these items and take other steps to prevent these items from appearing again.

The two companies have also withdrawn documents related to the Bugalo anti-government guerrilla movement.

Members of the movement are associated with threats and violence in the real world. Many of them have been charged with terrorist crimes and have killed US officials.

"Companies should always rely on algorithm recommendations and carry out algorithm research to take responsibility," said Oren Segal of the Anti-Defamation Organization of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL).

The Research Center (Demos) has raised concerns about online algorithms that could lead customers to hate content.

The find highlights problems that prevent retailers from joining racist products, as well as issues related to recommendation algorithms.

While politics can prevent the spread of some racist products, it is clear that other countries can still do so.

At the same time, the algorithm runs the risk of offering goods in order to allow those who benefit most from these products.

It may be difficult to get rid of these essential products completely, but it shows that there is still room for improvement.


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