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Another One Bites the Dust?
Whenever I read a story of a Big Tech competitor exhibiting the same kind of anti-freedom behavior, I always wonder if the story is fake stuff put out by the Big Tech companies themselves. Still, DuckDuckGo has been dropping in my trust department for a while. For example, for years I’ve used DuckDuckGo to show how Google fixed Top Results and auto-suggest, as shown in the example below:
Now, that example has been “fixed” by DuckDuckGo. I really don’t like the Right flocking to conservative sites while the Left flocks to liberal sites. It leads to polarization, and I believe we all need to hear voices across the political spectrum. However, when one side censors and the other doesn’t, what choice do we have? For example, the majority of Parler and MeWe users are conservative, but at least they don’t censor liberal voices who do come on. We can’t say the same of conservatives on Twitter and Facebook. As for search engines, here are 22 alternatives to Google. I checked and several, such as Bing, have been fixed by the Thought Police. At least Yahoo hasn’t “fixed” their algorithm — yet.
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