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What did Ken Auletta say about Google's search engine?



A. As much as 45 percent more search results per keyword as its nearest competitor.
B. The ability to search text within uploaded documents, such as PDFs.
C. More personalized search results based on an individual's search history.
D. Lack of advertising on the Google homepage.
E. Ability to submit search terms in the form of a question.
Asked by Ackerley, Last updated: Jul 23, 2019

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karen smith

Karen smith

Answered on Jul 23, 2019

Here, the correct answer is option C.More personalized search results based on an individual's search history.

KennethB.Auletta is an American writer and media critic for the New Yorker magazine since 1992. He is the author of the book "Googled". He also said Google has not invented the search engine, however, all its features have been adopted from others.

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered on Sep 08, 2016

1. more personalized search results based on an individual's search history.-though google did not invent the search engine, and many of its features have been adopted by others, the company's self-acknowledged distinguishing feature lies in the tremendous amounts of data it collects. by default, all of a registered users searches are tracked and cataloged, and their web activity is used to tailor the search results they receive in the future. google claims this as an achievement, but privacy advocates are less impressed. many see googles data-keeping as an intrusion and complain its custom privacy settings are too complicated for many users navigate.

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