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“With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility.” If That Holds True for Spider-Man, What About Google?

by David Sable, LinkedIn Pulse

“Providing relevant answers has been the cornerstone of Google’s approach to search from the very beginning. It would undermine the people’s trust in our results and company if we were to change course.”- Google, in response to SEME research.

 SEME, in this context, is for those who Googled and found links to Japanese culture:

“The search engine manipulation effect (SEME) is the change in consumer preference from manipulations of search results by search engine providers.”- Wiki

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