Google's featured snippets on search results, which appear right at the top, often provide shockingly incorrect information, leading one academic to characterise them as being worse than fake news.
Google’s ecosystem is the world’s largest online advertising vehicle. It took down 1.7 billion advertisements in the past year – a mere drop in the bucket.
At a time when fake news is very much in the news, the technology website eWeek, aided by the American news aggregation site Slashdot, has added its mite to the pile, claiming falsely that 70% of businesses impacted by ransomware end up paying the ransom.
Because hardwired connections to drones, trucks, cars, phones, smart watches, etc don't make sense, that's why.
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