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Use a user script that was created by Charlie Hayes, on Greasemonkey, Tampermonkey, or Violentmonkey. I think I found it on Greasyfork website, but it is no longer there. I found an older version elsewhere. The version I have is from June 9th, 2018. I placed it available for download at https://nerdondemand.com/remove-google-people-also-search-for.user....


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You can exclude keywords using -, so you could try adding -news (or other keywords that you don't want) to your query. You can also use -site:example.com if you want to exclude a particular website. If that doesn't work, you could try going to the wikipedia article and looking at the sources Finally, if your topic is described in scientific literature you ...


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on AdGuard I added this line to my "User filter" in the chrome extension options and it fixed it: google.com##div[id^="ed_"] Replace .com where appropriate. ^= means "starts with", so any div starting with ed_ on google.com will be removed.


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If you go to https://www.google.com/preferences?hl=en-GB#languages you can set it up the way you wish:


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The workaround would be to search: Wimbledon men And the reason could be based on stats for popularity/viewership (in the US)


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