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Are your Google search results another kind of filter bubble? The answer seems to be: Kind of

Do filter bubbles apply when you do a Google search? The Algorithmed Public Spheres network at Germany’s Hans Bredow Institute for Media Research wanted to find out the degree to which personalization affects people’s search results: “How similar are the results of Google searches for the names of political parties and candidates?” The team got...
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