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Google Serves Fake News Ads in an Unlikely Place: Fact-Checking Sites

Google is placing ads linking to blatantly false stories on Snopes and PolitiFact, fact-checking sites created precisely to dispel such falsehoods.. via NYT Technology http://ift.tt/2kW1ijv

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Google Serves Fake News Ads in an Unlikely Place: Fact-Checking Sites by DAISUKE WAKABAYASHI and LINDA QIU


By DAISUKE WAKABAYASHI and LINDA QIU

Google is placing ads linking to blatantly false stories on Snopes and PolitiFact, fact-checking sites created precisely to dispel such falsehoods. 18 more words

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Privacy for MilFams

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Privacy Recon

If the idea of your personal information publicly visible to the world alarms you, then just what can you do?  After my initial feeling of panic subsided, I decided on a strategy to remove what I could from the online sources that published our information. 216 more words

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Scholarship Hunting We Go!

When I speak to students about the high costs of attending college or trade schools, it is fairly obvious most are still really hoping that Mom and Dad have a money tree planted out in the back yard.   1,736 more words

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The Hindu: On a mission to create an Indian answer to Google

The Hindu: On a mission to create an Indian answer to Google. “This is the story of 15-year-old A Suryachandra Pavan, a self-taught app developer hailing from a family of modest means, who claims to have developed five apps in a short span f five months and is now working to develop a platform similar to the Google Playstore which will feature all Indian-made apps. 48 more words

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Google reveals news coverage of Sask. cases when publication-banned names are searched

Online coverage of some high-profile Saskatchewan court cases are coming up when the names of victims and young offenders — whose identities have never been published due to court-ordered bans — are entered into Google’s search engine. 498 more words

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