You tapped the main constructs, yep.
Leave with this: if there's a breaking news story, look into the words you see in headlines and meta-tags; forget the story and think "what's something we're not supposed to find?"
Circumvent the algorithm of the search engine by searching themes from the story.
Example, this Elisa Lam story = all about tainted water, despite a more bizarre transpiration of events.
Bill Gates was the most impactful part of this particular story, which affirms my theory that the Internet isn't censored, it's hyper-crowded on purpose.
Why else would they ask us to test Bing against Google? Clearly, to catch the loopholes--collusion not competition.
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