Twitter Uses WWE As Example Of Google+ Integration Bias

Nick Paglino has posted a new article taking a look at an apparent bias in the new Google+ integration, and it cites WWE as its example. Below is an excerpt:

In the latest episode of public bickering between Twitter and Google over the search engine's new Google+ integration, Twitter general counsel Alex Macgillivray has turned to wrestling.

That's the example he tweeted Wednesday afternoon to demonstrate the inefficiency of Google's latest changes, at least. "Folks asked for examples," he wrote. "Here's what a user searching for '@WWE' will be shone on the new @Google."

Included in the tweet is an image of Google search results that include the World Wrestling Entertainment's website, Google+ page and other relevant Google+ profiles — but no Twitter page.

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