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I found a bunch, but just was notified that my post was deleted "Your post has been automatically removed due to its link to a blacklisted website." If you would like to see the results just search news.google.com for "boycott companies that use slave labor". There are plenty of stories about US lawsuits against Mars, Nestle, and Hershey using child labor, Nike facing boycotts over use of Uighur labor, and many... - Source: Reddit / 7 days ago
No, that's not what I said. News aggregates collect actual newspaper/sites. Try https://news.google.com, it gives you a collection. You misunderstood what a news aggregate is. - Source: Reddit / 12 days ago
I do not want a different app for https://cnn.com, https://nytimes.com, https://dailymail.com.uk, https://nypost.com, https://washingtonpost.com, https://news.google.com. Why not just use a web browser instead to read web pages? Modern web browsers can display individual pixels where ever they like, what is this utter fascination with an "app" written in a different language which makes it legitimate or better? ... - Source: Reddit / 23 days ago
Before news aggregators (like news.google.com) or social media sites that shared news, if you wanted to get news from a lot of different places you'd go to each of the individual news sites and look up the news. RSS was a way for sites to index their content, and send it out as a stream. That way you could get an application called an RSS reader that could link together multiple feeds into a single view. That... - Source: Reddit / 26 days ago
Well calibrated news.google.com works fine for me. You are getting news from various sources, which is important, as most of the media in Poland are heavily biased. - Source: Reddit / 30 days ago
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