On Thursday night the 2 major party presidential nominees each held town hall meetings, hosted by main stream media companies.
While Joe Biden had a night of softballs and boring, monotonous lectures on ABC Television, Donald Trump walked into a rabid leftist TV production of NBC Television.
NBC's host was Savannah Guthrie. She coopted most of the night and limited Trumps conversations with citizens in the audience. She often diverted and disrupted the citizens questions to force 'segues' to her own endless list of loaded questions. One voter wanted to know more about Trump's proposed tax policy initiatives. Guthrie hijacked that discussion to talk about Trump's own tax returns.
But I'm devoting this article to the tech industry & their efforts to influence what we are allowed to know about the event, had we not been viewing it live.
So I typed in "trump town hall" into Bing, Google, & DuckDuckGo. Below you'll see the very different search engine 'News' results that came back. I posted at least the first 10 from each search engine.
So which search engine is most balanced? We want you to tell us (in the comments section)
Besides being the most popular search engine covering over 90% of the worldwide market, Google boasts outstanding features that make it the best search engine in the market. It boasts cutting-edge algorithms, easy-to-use interface, and personalized user experience. The platform is renowned for continually updating its search engine results and features to give users the best experience.
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Microsoft’s Bing is the second-most renowned search engine in the world. And although it trails Google by a broad margin in terms of market share, it boasts some unique features that may excite users. For starters, the search engine filters result in different tabs such as ads, images, maps, videos, and news. It also gives users the chance to accumulate points, which they can later redeem on Microsoft and Windows stores. It also performs flawlessly on all browsers.
Although it was once popular than and even went neck-to-neck with Google during its early days, Yahoo has dropped to the third spot in terms of market share. Its web portal is still popular, and it is said to be the eleventh most visited site according to Alexa. Yahoo features an impressive interface, clean results and an impressive catalog of websites.
Founded in 2000, Baidu is a top-tier search engine that enjoys dominance in China. The platform has been experiencing a steady increase in the number of users over the years. And although it is mainly used in China, it still boasts an intuitive interface, plenty of search options, and premium-quality search results.
Yandex was established in 1997, and it boasts of being the most utilized search engine in Russia. Yandex’s parent company presents itself as a technology company that specializes in the creation of intelligence products and services powered by machine learning. However, it powers one of the most extensive search engines in Russia, accounting for over 65% of the market share. You can search for anything with Yandex including images, maps, and even videos.
Another outstanding search engine is Duckduckgo. Unlike the other search engines, Duckduckgo values the privacy of users as they don’t track or store personal search information. The search engine allows you to look up for everything ranging from images, maps, and videos. It boasts outstanding features such as the zero-click information where all answers appear on the first page. The disambiguation prompts clarify what you are searching for more accurate results.
7. Contextual Web Search
Contextual Web Search is a robust API that provides users access to billions of webpages, news, and images with a single API call. The API links you to a search engine that mimics how the human brain indexes memories for more insightful search results. This API uses a combination of user information and their behavior to create a context for personalized searches. It helps you customize your experience and get accurate and relevant search results.
8. Yippy Search
Yippy Search is a state-of-the-art deep web engine that helps users to explore what other search engines won’t find. Since deep web pages are harder to unearth in typical searches, Yippy Search helps you to locate these webpages. It enables you to search for hard-to-locate information such as government-related feeds, hobby interest blogs, academic researches, or offbeat news.