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4/24/16
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StefanLLL

How can I exclude Breitbart and Natural News from the new Google News Amp Carousel?

I have personalized Google News to exclude articles from unreliable sources from Breitbart and Natural News. However the new Amp Carousel ignores these preferences and I once again see Breitbart headlines in my Google News headlines.
 
How can I remove headlines from unreliable sources in my Google News page?
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Chris_Andrews
4/26/16
Chris_Andrews
As far as I know, nothing has been built in to the amp carousel where you can exclude sources. It's new though - that makes it an excellent time to give Google feedback on this. 

If you are on the app and hit the 'menu' icon, then scroll down to the bottom, there will be a link to the 'help and feedback' form. You can fill that out and request they add this as a feature :) 

Chris


Colin Steinmann
4/25/17
Colin Steinmann
2017 and I am still seeing Breitbart in my Google News feed. C'mon Google, there should be some factual reporting metric that a news source must fulfill before you resyndicate it. By rehosting this sort of content you are staking your own journalistic reputation too.
 
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