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Ian C. Kuzushi wrote:Tons of fake news on Google news? Or just on google? Big difference. There are many ways to detect and discard fake news. Google it.
everything wrote:how about duckduckgo? http://duckduckgo.com/
windwalker wrote:If you change the way you search for long enough the search engine will start delivering sites according to your preference s. If it's only what you call fake you news that you're worried about not the privacy issues.
Steve James wrote:"Fake news" and privacy are different issues. Using a secure browser will not affect whether fake news comes up in your searches or browsing. It's true that engines like Google retain one's browsing and searching history in order (they say) to provide (what they think) are the results most relevant to the searcher. Of course, they also pass on that information to merchants who pay for advertising, etc. That certainly affects what one ultimately sees when they use a browser. But, suppose, using the cleanest browser available, you search for "Putin." Forget the algorithm that the engine uses. How will you determine what's not fake? How will you be able to source the information?
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