"Ephemeral Experiences" Explained

Big Tech companies use ephemeral content to subconsciously manipulate elections and indoctrinate our children. We are able to preserve these experiences that would normally disappear without a trace.

Go Vote Reminders

These are the actual collected screenshots from Big Tech companies reminding people to vote. Our research suggests an unequal distribution of these reminders. One political party receives these reminders with greater than one and a half times more frequency the amount of the other party. 

Twitter home page with vote reminder, 2022 Midterm election
Captured 07-11-22

Twitter home page with a -You might like- promoted tweet containing a vote reminder
Captured 08-11-22

Facebook Vote Reminder in Georgia
Captured 1-5-21

Instagram Vote Reminder in Georgia
Captured 1-5-21

Google Vote Reminder
Captured 10-27-20

Google Vote Reminder
Captured 11-7-20

Search Suggestions

When you type your query in- notice the drop down search suggestions. These real-life examples show up and then disappear leaving an impact on the unsuspecting user.

Donald Trump Search Suggestions
Captured 7-9-20

Donald Trump Search Suggestions
Captured 8-4-16

Hillary Clinton Search Suggestions
Collected 8-3-2016

Donald Trump Search Suggestions
Captured 7-27-20

Answer Boxes

The answer box is a tool used to project authority and trust. Bias results impact people’s perception and thus manipulate the way topics, people, politicians and any host of things are viewed by the population.

Answer Box result lists false information that appears authoritative.
Collected 7-16-2016

Answer Box result lists false information describing the California Republican Party
Collected 7-16-2016

The result from the search "when is the election?" displays an Answer Box with Hillary Clinton's image
Collected 7-16-2016