Are Google's practices hurting consumers? – Christian Science Monitor


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Are Google's practices hurting consumers?
Christian Science Monitor
A new study shows that users interact more with search results based on relevance, rather than skewed toward Google's own content. But some claim Google's activities are innocuous. By Sarah Caspari, Staff writer June 30, 2015. Save for later Saved. close.
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