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While doing research on the Internet, what kind of website should you avoid because the information may be biased? A. .org B. .gov C. .edu D. .com

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what i learned is .org.. the best reference is .gov
so it would be?
you shud avoid .org

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do u understand or not??
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It depends on if you trust your government :P. .gov is for government and .org is for (independent) organizations. (I'm 99% sure - just saying in case I'm wrong.)
usually when doing formal paper works, informations from the government are the ones that are most approved.. unless you are writing about from your point of view..

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