The search engine giant will no longer promote their own social content in search over results from other social media feeds.

Public criticism from Twitter, Facebook and Myspace has led the search engine giant to discontinue its practice of prioritizing Google+ content in search results. The practice is also under scrutiny by European regulators.

The Telegraph

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