Renowned research psychologist Dr. Robert Epstein has proposed that Google, one of the foremost tech giants, may be the leading perpetrator of tech-based manipulation, with tactics ranging from doctoring search results to skewing YouTube suggestions, according to a report by the New York Post. Epstein suggests that Google's influential capacity has reached such a level that it could sway political elections based on the information made available to users. The researcher indicated that the tech behemoth often leans towards liberal ideologies, despite its assertions of neutrality before Congress. The Post's report underlined the suspicion that Google utilizes its digital dominance to underscore and advance liberal viewpoints. Further, the report posited that as many as six million votes might have been swayed toward President Joe Biden during the 2020 election due to controlled visibility and accessibility of specific information to users. According to Epstein, this manipulation power was the critical factor in shaping voter opinions during the previous presidential election. Evidence of biased algorithms presenting Biden favorably than ex-President Donald Trump was brought forward. [tweet_embed]May 26, 2023[/tweet_embed] Epstein has since embarked on a novel project to scrutinize Google's psychological operation aimed at children through platforms like YouTube. Preliminary findings revealed an even more deeply entrenched liberal bias. Adult video recommendations on YouTube demonstrated a liberal bias 76% of the time, while recommendations for children's videos were biased 96% of the time. Epstein said, "That's how aggressive they are with our kids. Because they think they're gods. And no one has ever taken them to task, ever." He didn't delve into the content of the suggested videos but relied on averages from three impartial organizations which categorize media bias as liberal, conservative, or centrist. These startling revelations spotlight the pervasive influence of tech corporations and the need for greater scrutiny and regulation. The intersection of technology, information control, and political ideologies continues to unfold, with enormous potential implications for our democratic systems.