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Poll shows many users dislike Google’s personalised search results

Having been unveiled last month, Google’s personalised search initiative, “Search Plus Your World”, has already caused a fair amount of controversy. Twitter and Facebook have already spoken out against it and according to an article published by TechWeek Europe, a recent poll has found that many prefer standard search results, as opposed to those that […]

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Social media sites create anti-Search plus Your World tool

Traditionally social media rivals, Facebook, Myspace and Twitter have grouped together to create a new tool, aimed at drawing users’ attention to the “biased” results provided as part of Google’s Search Plus Your World, according to an article published by the Telegraph. Entitled “Don’t be evil” (a nod to one of the search engine giant’s […]

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Google responds to Twitter’s Search plus Your World comments

Following a number of disparaging comments from Twitter, regarding Google’s move to use information pulled from Google+ to provide personalised search results, the search engine giant has responded. Twitter’s general counsel, Alex Macgillivray, commented, by tweeting from his own account, stating the announcement marked a “bad day for the Internet,” going on to add that […]

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Google adopts new personalised search approach

Personalised search has long been mooted as the future for many search engines; Google is set to become the first to implement such a feature, according to an article published by the Financial Times. The search engine giant will be taking a new approach that takes the personal and social information featured in a users […]

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