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Field test

Found out about this issue here. I've considered this behemoth an inescapable tool since about here, but watching its capacity for abuse firsthand gives me cause to question its capacity for change. I tried the same thing with the search terms "capitalism and racism" as well, and - well...

With these search terms, the top result makes sense. With the earlier two search terms, the accusation as the top result makes some sense. But why add results for an unrelated search term in those results at all, let alone in the ones most immediately featured?

Of course, there was the expected protestation from PR, but cries of "we're truth-y cool and you should totally believe us" sound rather hollow at this point.

Thanks for another example of bias inherent in the system. I'd laugh at the relevant Python (comedy troupe or programming language?) if I still thought it was funny.

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