Google Changing Search Algorithms: Everything You Need to Know

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Facebook and social media may be largely blamed from the rampant rise of fake news over the Internet, but search engines, like Google Search, are just as culpable. That, however, also led to people and methods that tried to game that system, the same methods used by sites to bypass Google's automated screening to spread deceptive, offensive, or inaccurate content.

The changes announced today reflects Google's confidence in a new screening system created to reduce the chances that its influential search engine will highlight untrue stories about people and events, a phenomenon commonly referred to as "fake news".

"Fake news is careening out of control in some people's eyes, so advertisers are getting very skittish about it", Chiagouris said.

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For the first time Google is revealing some of the changes it's made to reign in fake news. Google can easily know the answer to a query like "Is the earth flat?" Google updated its search algorithms at that point too.

Also Read: View - Time to break up Google? The search giant has acknowledged that it surely is a significantly huge number and it isn't the content users have made their way to the platform in search of. Fact Check attempts to adjudicate whether the information in question is truly accurate, using sources like

Google users should have already started seeing the reporting options as of Tuesday. Google's latest tweak makes erroneous results harder to find. The main goal of the update is to show more reliable pages and demote low-quality contents that also make fake news. The problem has changed its shape a little but Google is still committed towards its long-term efforts of improving upon the info displayed in any user's search results.

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Initially, the content that appears in these features was generated algorithmically and is a reflection of what people are searching for and what's available on the web and that actually caused the aforementioned incident.

Increased Transparency A recently released Help Center document provides information about how Google handles Autocomplete, especially with respect to removing suggestions. These links are tiny, a gray bit of text at the bottom of the autocomplete bar or the snippet itself.

Facebook, which also received blowback for its slow response to mitigate the sharing of fake news and propaganda throughout the American election, now provides similar tools to publishers and users to identify and flag fake news.

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If a user clicks on the line, a box pops up that lets the user tell Google that the predictions are hateful or violent and so on.

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