'Stromfront': An example of Localized Search Result Exclusions | Samantha Bates | August 18, 2015

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'Stromfront': An example of Localized Search Result Exclusions

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The following three links are related to a study conducted by the Berkman Center that investigated Internet filtering worldwide.  The following readings focus on a comparison of Google search results for Google.com, Google.fr, and Google.de and examine the discrepancy of results between the three domains for a search for ‘Stormfront,' a white supremacist group.  EDIT PLAYLIST INFORMATION DELETE PLAYLIST

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  1. 1 Show/Hide More Jonathan Zittrain and Benjamin Edelman, "Localized Google search result exclusions: statement of issues and call for data" (October 26, 2002).
    Overview of discrepancies found between search results on Google.com, Google.fr, and Google.de.  Read in conjunction with “Comparison of Google.com and Google.de Results for ‘Stormfront' – Screenshot” and the list of “Specific Sites excluded from Google.fr and/or Google.de.”
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August 18, 2015

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Harvard Law School, Berkman Center

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