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Internet search engines, such as Google and Bing, have a great deal of influence and control over how we access information online. A new term, search neutrality, proposes that search engines should provide completely unbiased results to users. Should search engines, which are privately owned, have the right to manipulate information as part of their service, or does the public have a right to unbiased, unfiltered information online? Provide specific examples to help explain your response.

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    Why are search engines any different than TV, radio, newspaper, and magazine companies?

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