In 'Algorithms of Oppression,' Safiya Noble finds old stereotypes persist in new media

"Black girls." "Latina girls." "Asian girls." Back in 2009, when Safiya Noble conducted a Google search using these keywords, the first page of results were invariably linked to pornography. "I was interested in women and girls of colors' identities and what kind of information is represented for them, about them," said Noble, assistant professor of communication.