Google wants to rank websites based on facts not links - New Scientist

"LazyTruth developer Matt Stempeck, now the director of civic media at Microsoft New York, wants to develop software that exports the knowledge found in fact-checking services such as Snopes, PolitiFact and FactCheck.orgso that everyone has easy access to them. He says tools like LazyTruth are useful online, but challenging the erroneous beliefs underpinning that information is harder. "How do you correct people's misconceptions? People get very defensive," Stempeck says. "If they're searching for the answer on Google they might be in a much more receptive state."

And so it begins...
Now Google wants to decide if what you believe is "true". I'm guessing a lot of things conservatives believe are the sort of things they want to weed out...ed