Unbiased is a conceptual website where one can retrieve news articles from around the world and build an unbiased opinion. It is structured in a way where you search for news through hashtags. Those hashtags are usually already implemented in news articles around the world. You then get a selection of newspapers from around the world that wrote about the selected issue.
The goal of this web experience is to be able to read news articles from around the world and make up your own opinions.
Size matters: the size of each dot indicates the daily reader rate. The bigger the dot, the more people read this newspaper.
Color matters too: each color signifies a specific political point on the scale. Purple indicates liberal newspaper whereas orange indicates that you're reading conservative, right wing newspapers.
Often times, the news from around the world that you read in your home country are already opinionated and biased. This website offers translated news articles from everywhere in the world - from liberal to conservative. By reading multiple sources, one is actually way more capable of building their own opinion.