Noticed this the other day. A person which is a lot in the newspapers now in Norway had these related articles at the bottom of the page about him. He is a profiled person on the right wing, but these connections was a little extreme. I guess it has something to do with reading patterns, and no one is really to blame, but we still need some way to avoid this extreme result.
The "related articles" for a specific person in the news.
The articles are
- w:no:Høyreekstremisme (w:en:Far-right politics) (somewhat problematic)
- Norsk Forsvars Allianse (Norwegian Defence League) (probably acceptable)
- Anders Behring Breivik (Anders Behring Breivik) (very problematic)
I think we need some way to say that "this article should not show up in articles from those specific categories", "articles from these categories should not be used in articles from those categories", and "this article should not use articles from those categories". First is the ABB problem, to be connected to that person will ignite furious discussions. The last one is the solution for OTRS when there is a specific complaint. The middle one is the only general approach for solving BLP-like problems in general.