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Another One Bites the Dust
As with all justifications for censorship, the big question is, “Who and how do you decide if something is considered ‘Russian Disinformation?'” Does an unverified statement from the Pentagon saying so qualify? What about a Soros or Gates-funded ‘Fact checker?’ What if an average citizen states an opinion that is too similar to something put out by Russian media? What if you point out facts which are indisputably true but make the Ukrainian government look bad? What if a website (such as this one) simply pushes skepticism and non-involvement?
Despite the fact DuckDuckGo has only a tiny fraction of the world search market, it still brings more traffic to this website than Google. If it really goes through with new plans to demote search results based on politics, it in effect is destroying it’s whole business model. It becomes nothing more than a suckier version of Google. I hope other Big Tech alternatives learn from DuckDuckGo’s colossal mistake.
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