From the DM News Blog: Search Flap at Amazon Portent of Things to Come?

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Those in the media have grown accustomed to the chants of bias from people on the right and the left, but is it possible that search results might be the next to get swept up in the argument?


A NY Times article today about Amazon.com search results said the Internet retailer recently made changes to its search engine after getting complaints that searchers using the term "abortion" turned up pages with "Did you mean adoption?" at the top, followed by a list of books relating to abortion.


Some were offended by the question and the list of results. Visit http://blog.dmnews.com for more.


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