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This month, researchers at NewsGuard, a journalism and technology platform that monitors online information, 

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searched TikTok and Google for information on important news topics like the 2020 presidential election,

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the conflict in Russia and Ukraine, and abortion to compare the misinformation presented by their search engines.

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The investigation argues that TikTok, whose users are mostly teenagers and young adults, 

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repeatedly presented videos containing misleading claims in the first 20 results, frequently  within the first five."

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Google, in contrast, offered better-quality, less divisive, and significantly less inaccurate results.

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The researchers looked up contentious news stories like "Uvalde tx plot," "mRNA vaccination," 

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and "2022 election." According to the study, they looked through

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540 TikTok results and discovered that 105 videos, or 19.4%, made inaccurate or deceptive claims.

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