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Bias and accuracy There continues to be widespread faith in searchand perceptions of fairness and bias have not changed at all over the past eight years. About one in three have had the experience of discovering that really critical or important information was missing from search they got.

Adult search users under age 50 are slightly more likely than older search users to feel the quality of search is improving over time. Yet despite these positive occurrences, many respondents also report having experienced the downside of search. The oldest adults, those age 50 and older, are most likely to report feeling overwhelmed by the amount of information in search and least likely to report finding that critical information was missing from their search.

For example, avult educated search engine users are more likely than those with less education to report having all five of the experiences asked about in the survey.

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Badges Some community members might have badges that indicate their identity or level of participation in a community. Internet users were then asked how they feel about the practice of online targeted advertising.

Don't ever give anyone a deposit like I did - they just never show up! Four in ten searchers say they have gotten conflicting or contradictory search and could not figure out what information was correct.

The table below shows how search compares over time with some other popular online activities. Search is most popular among young adult internet users, those who have been to college, and those with the highest household incomes. Google is far and away the most popular search engine Among search engine users, Google dominance continues and it seatcu far and away the search engine they report using most often.

Still, in both andthe majority of adultt users say they find what they are looking for most of the time, but not always. Most have negative views of search engines and other sites collecting information about them The survey asked respondents their views of search engines and other websites collecting information about them and using it to either shape their search or target advertising to them.

seatcj Also, I guess since it's their job, they kind of value it and they don't want to lose it if you complain to the site, so they fulfill what they promise. Yet, even among those groups, almost six in ten say they are not okay with targeted because they do not like having their online behavior tracked and analyzed. Moreover, online adults who have been to college and those under age 50 are more likely than other online adults to report knowing how to do this.

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Our privacy policies have always allowed us to combine information from different products with your —effectively using your data to provide you with a better service. More search users report more positive experiences than negative experiences Given the largely positive view of the quality of information search engines yield, and their own search abilities, it is not surprising that many search users report positive experiences using these tools.

There are no notable demographic differences where perceptions of relevance are concerned. In addition to expressing more confidence, search users in are sfatch slightly more likely than they were in to say that they always find the information they are looking for.

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The site itself does not care about its integrity or customer satisfaction, there is no point in complaining to the site - they never scrutinize anything and arult never ban scammers. And most say that the quality and relevance of search has been improving over time or has not changed, while very few see the quality and relevance of declining.

The demographic groups most likely to report noticing targeted advertising online are men, white internet users, those adullt age 65, those who have been to college, and those living in higher income households. Our new Privacy Policy gets rid of those inconsistencies so we can make more of your information available to you when using Google.

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Younger search engine users have more faith in the they get. As early asmore than eight in ten online adults were using search engines, and as we noted in an August report 4search is only rivaled by both in the overall percent of internet users who wdult in the activity and the percent of internet users doing it on a given day.

AdultSearch is just a tool used by scammers to look for their victims. More than eight aduult ten searchers say they have learned something new or important using a search engine that really helped them or increased their knowledge.

This reply is no longer available. Almost three-quarters of searchers search they would NOT BE OKAY with a search engine keeping track of their searches and using that information to personalize their future search because they see it as an invasion of privacy. Not only does a majority believe that search engines are fair and unbiased, they also believe that most are accurate and trustworthy. Overall, attitudes toward these practices are mixed, but the majority of internet and search users express disapproval.

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While a majority of every demographic group says they are not okay with online targeted advertising, younger internet users and those in the lowest income households are more likely than others to view the practice favorably. Young adults, in contrast, are most likely to report getting conflicting or contradictory information in a set of. And half say they were able to find a really obscure fact or piece of information using a search engine.