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Two birds

2 Mar 2011 By Robert Cyran

Tweaking algorithms to cut down on lowquality links will make the Internet search giant’s users happy. That in turn should help maximize Google’s longterm value. Just as importantly, it could ease pressure from U.S. and European governments to impose search neutrality.

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