The internet would be nothing without hyperlinks. They are what makes the net a network. They define the paths that give users access to content. And they also help to determine which results search engines show over others. Hyperlinks are set neither evenly nor randomly. What does all this mean for political discourse? And which actors are given disproportionately high visibility? A study examines this question.
Alternative search engine DuckDuckGo challenges internet users to break out of the so-called internet "filter bubble."
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Russian Internet giant Yandex announced today that it has teamed up with Facebook to gain access to public content from the social network’s users in Russia and other Eastern European markets... Keep reading ?
Google has begun including links to “Accelerated Mobile Pages” in search results, which it said will help Internet users access news articles and other content faster from their mobile devices.