Google’s search predictions have us very concerned for dads. The company says it makes its search predictions based on “the terms you’re typing” and “what other people are searching for.” Google also considers your previous search history, but even in incognito mode (which would eliminate that variable) we can clearly…
What do states want, deep down inside? What to they yearn for in the dead of night? According to this delightful map from Mashable—with a little help from Google autocomplete—the answer is mostly secession. But also some pretty freaky stuff!
When you punch into Google, why is California so... Google autocomplete will show you liberal, broke, anti-gun and expensive. For New York? Great, populated, expensive and big. Alabama? So racist, so good, so good at football and so obese. This is the United States of America, according to Google autocomplete.
Google has been ordered by the Tokyo District Court to stop its autocomplete search feature because a man is claiming that it's an invasion of privacy. According to the court, the man has been fired from his job because Google autocompletes his name with crimes he has never committed.