Google News claims: "We're always interested in hearing from our users, especially the ones who have not found what they were expecting. During this beta period, we're particularly interested in your feedback on what's working and what's not" ("Google News (BETA)"). Obviously, Google News is not working as it should if it treats V Crisis as a "news source," especially since Aleksander Boyd himself clings to the following disclaimer regarding V Crisis's content:
cnx referer % 34254 http://news.google.com 26.66% 9347 http://www.venezuelatoday.net 7.27% 8051 http://venezuelatoday.net 6.27% 6125 http://www.google.com 4.77% 4442 http://www.venenews.net 3.46% 3902 http://vcrisis.com 3.04% 3078 http://www.proveo.org 2.4% 3002 http://www.newsmax.com 2.34% 2701 http://search.yahoo.com 2.1% 2285 http://venenews.net 1.78%
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