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Re: Interesting Documentaries - Post your favorites
« Reply #45 on: August 10, 2018, 06:04:03 PM »
 

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Re: Interesting Documentaries - Post your favorites
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Not a documentary, but a conspiracy theory material. Quite probable one. Certainly the missteps of the targeted entity are exaggerated for the sake of scandal - thus a handy promotional feature for the material itself - albeit, by intuition, there must be a grain of truth to what is being told. Simply, because we talk about a monopolist, controlling the crushing majority heartbeat of the entire Internet existence, which is, the browsing and the information research. Search engines lie at the bottom of everything that is Internet.

The subject is, DuckDuckGo versus Google.

 

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Last time I used DuckDuckGo was searching for something political. And the results seemed conservative bias. So I stopped using it.
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Last time I used DuckDuckGo was searching for something political. And the results seemed conservative bias. So I stopped using it.
I used to use Google majority of my life, because it displayed search results that somehow matched what I wanted to see - maybe the case of getting adjusted - nonetheless, having tried DuckDuckGo, I found it also pretty much prioritizes the results I think are most adequate, but furthermore with DuckDuckGo being more concordant with the GNU philosophy, I have switched to it.

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