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Google promoted Texas gunman fake newsThe search engine highlighted tweets containing misinformation in its results.
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When places like Facebook and Google are promoting this crap, you know that a line needs to be drawn, especially when its about something horrific like the shooting in Texas.

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It's not only ridiculous but dangerous. They should shut down Twitter, Google and Facebook until get this fake news crap fixed.

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StarzAbove 16 days ago

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I saw an article that said that Facebook had claimed they were running some sort of experiment so that they could lessen the effects of fake news... except they kind of got rumbled on it really quickly.

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TheCensoredBrit 16 days ago

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Nothing will ever change, they won't censor anyone for fear of losing some money.

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StarzAbove 16 days ago

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Yup. It's all about those dollar bills. Never mind that it was completely the wrong to do it, and they never warned their participants about it.

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TheCensoredBrit 16 days ago

In response to “Yup. It's all about those dollar bills. Never...

Greed, nothing more. They don't care what happens to our country as long as they get their money. They seem to forget that terrorists might be doing that to cause dissention among us Americans.

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StarzAbove 16 days ago

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Guess we should had the MSM to that list.

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Dar 14 days ago

Every website is about advertising dollars. Nobody really cares about the users anymore.

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Tiffanee 16 days ago

Just a crazy thought: Maybe 'journalists' could actually interview authorities, witnesses, etc and report stuff. You know, instead of taking stuff off the Internet. I mean, it's been a joke for years to say something like - "I saw it on the Internet, so it must be true."

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Budwick 16 days ago

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You'd think so, wouldn't you?

The problem is, if the news corporations are messing things up, where do you go to get unbiased news?

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TheCensoredBrit 16 days ago

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I don't think there is a single resource for that anymore.

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Budwick 15 days ago

Too bad Americans no longer hold news accountable for the stuff they put out there for consumption. Fake news equals propaganda.

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ozzyboy 15 days ago

becasuse its silly

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Rincewind 15 days ago

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