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No! Search engines can be biased, and this impacts search results
Bias can have real world impacts.
Multiple factors influence search engine results, including your other online activities, if you share a device with other users, your previous internet search history, and how other searchers have interacted with search results.
Goldman E. Search Engine Bias and the Demise of Search Engine Utopianism. In: Web Search. Springer Berlin Heidelberg; :121-133. doi:10.1007/978-3-540-75829-7_8 - https://alliance-primo.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/permalink/f/lvbsh/TN_cdi_springer_books_10_1007_978_3_540_75829_7_8
Apply your information literacy skills when searching online
Can I just use Wikipedia and be done?
No! Wikipedia can be a helpful source for surface-level information
Check the citations and links to verify if they are reliable and trustworthy.
Trace the information back to its original sources.
Don’t rely on Wikipedia alone for scholarly research
Anyone can add, edit, or delete entries, and information can be wrong.