I always hate how on Google these so called news sites just rephrase the information they find from other sites instead of Google just ranking the the original information at the top. It's even worse when the news/blog sites don't link to the original sources. Take something like Bitcoin or Decentralized Finance. You'll find soooooooooooooooooo many websites trying to explain to you what Bitcoin or Decentralized Finance is when all you have to do is just go directly to the primary source Bitcoin.org or ethereum.org which has had multiple people work on refining it over and over to make it the best it can be/easy to understand without fluff.
Sure, just like the white paper, many primary sources like academic papers and patents are highly technical and for those, websites that rephrase are amazing but there is just as much original information on the web that isn't highly complicated to start with that also ends up getting rephrased and ranked higher on search results than the original source.
The dystopia has gotten so bad that in order to not make it look like blatant plagiarism, some of these news/blog sites OVERCOMPLICATE the original easy to understand information from the primary source just so it doesn't look like a copy and paste even though the copy and paste would have explained far better then the quick rephrase they had to do.
I don't how you'd implement this, but one partial idea could checking the dates/time of crawl on which site publishes first and boosting those ones above the ones that write about the same thing later on.