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    Google billionaire Eric Schmidt has announced that the search engine will come up with new algorithms that will make it harder for articles from Sputnik News and RT to appear on the Google News service.

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    The executive chairman of Alphabet, Google's parent company, has declared that engineers "are working on detecting and de-ranking those kinds of sites (Sputnik and RT)" and that they intend to develop mechanisms to prevent the content being delivered to wide audiences.

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