The first problem with the Google experience today is that the forced insertion of advertising through computer driven algorithms is overwelming and sharply lowers its usefulness.
Then they try to manage content easily driving out the good with the bad. Any real customer is looking for the obscure. That includes political product as well. Egregious material needs to be split out but never hidden. Thus at best, you label all such reports as moderate left or right and immoderate left or right. That is also good enough. The customer knows what he can handle.
The search engine aspect needs to be an utility. The targeted advertising needs to become a separate computer generated product itself. After all, they are trying to read your mind. It is time to present as such. Done correctly, such a product on its own will become indispensable.
50 US States and Territories Launch Antitrust Probe Into Google
Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson said at a Washington press conference that the sheer number of attorneys general joining together sends a “strong message to Google.” A Google spokesperson didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment by The Epoch Times on the new probe.