Is Google taking bribes?
Jeff Brown wrote in his e-letter:
Back in 2017, Reuters published a report that discussed the negative health effects of agriculture giant Monsanto’s products and the harmful chemicals it uses. And it even showed how Monsanto was trying to hide its questionable actions.
It was just discovered that Monsanto has been paying Google tons of money to suppress that report and discredit the journalist who wrote it.
Monsanto even created a website to refute the report… And it paid Google to promote its site whenever someone searched for the Reuters journalist.
Google has long claimed that its search results are unbiased. That’s clearly not true. And remember, 93% of internet users use Google as their search engine of choice. That’s an incredible amount of influence in the hands of one company.
So if you would like to use an unbiased search engine, give DuckDuckGo a try. DuckDuckGo does not track you or capture your data. And I think its search results are pretty much on par with Google’s.
You can find the search engine at duckduckgo.com.
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