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Searchers "want relevancy, not regulation" says Danny Sullivan debunking a bogus Edelman "study" claiming that Google favors itself way too much. "There are no 'perfect' search results, nor will you ever find a set that’s 'neutral.' An algorithm, ultimately, is an opinion. Opinions are not neutral." -- "I can remember when Lycos favored itself so much back in the late 1990s that it was difficult to do a search that didn’t lead you back into Lycos. Where’s Lycos today? Right. Relevancy will attract and retain users."
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