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Google wants you to know what you’re clicking on

23
Jan
2014

Google knows a lot, both about its users and about the internet in general. Today, the team in Mountain View has found a new way to share more of its vast knowledge of the web with us by providing background info on sites that show up in search results. You see, site information is gleaned from Googles Knowledge Graph, and for every site weve checked thus far, that means the datas coming from Wikipedia — so dont go thinking that this new cursory background check is 100-percent accurate.

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