Changes include keeping blacklists of sites other than those whose bans are required by law; filtering out controversial autofill suggestions in search queries; and favouring big businesses—in one case, prioritizing the results of eBay, a major advertiser, The Journal reported. Google disputed the claims: “We do today what we have done all along, provide relevant results from the most reliable sources available,” a spokesperson said. (The Wall Street Journal)
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