If Google delivers useless search results, just erase them and you won't see them again: That's now possible under a new system that Google Inc. unveiled Nov. 20, reports the Associated Press. Hoping to give its search engine a more personal touch, Google now lets users reshuffle results so their favorite web sites get top billing and disliked destinations get discarded the next time they enter the same request. The new effort marks the first time the internet's most popular search engine has allowed its audience to alter the order of search results. Although the revisions won't affect Google's closely...

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