The Marketplace Report: Paid Web Search Confusion NPR's Alex Chadwick talks with Tess Vigeland of Marketplace about new research that shows almost half of Internet users can't distinguish between unbiased search results and those generated by paid advertisers.
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The Marketplace Report: Paid Web Search Confusion

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The Marketplace Report: Paid Web Search Confusion

The Marketplace Report: Paid Web Search Confusion

The Marketplace Report: Paid Web Search Confusion

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NPR's Alex Chadwick talks with Tess Vigeland of Marketplace about new research that shows almost half of Internet users can't distinguish between unbiased search results and those generated by paid advertisers.