In the UK we seem to use BBC news alot
I think it all depends what information you require and it's subject area
I'm looking for online encyclopedias, news and medical articles, history books, fact-sites, that sort of thing. I usually check the library, but I'd like to be able to use the web as well.
by Nathan Bernardo2 years ago
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Hello! Would you submit a copy of your I.D or passport to sites that demand for it on the internet?
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Name some legitimate on-line sites that you can earn money?As stated.
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This is worth a read Updated Google Quality Rater Guidelines target fake news, low quality and clickbait"It includes a link to Google's REVISED (March 2017) Search Quality - General GuidelinesIn terms...
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