Google’s search engine optimization algorithm has a new name

Next Big News: Google’s new search engine, which is a direct descendant of Google’s News and Pages algorithms, will be called “Google Search Engine Optimization.”

Google’s website says the new name will help “make search more meaningful for users.”

“We are committed to improving search, including for people who are looking for news, news stories, and search results,” Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai wrote on Twitter.

“The new name is a reminder that the search engine is a powerful tool, but that it is also a human-powered tool.

It’s not always easy to make a search better.

Search can be a powerful thing, but it is not always fun.”

The search engine has been under fire from privacy advocates and other critics for a number of years.

In 2013, it was criticized for having a “zero-tolerance policy” for illegal content, including ads.

It was also criticized for the way it collected users’ data, including information on how often it analyzed and shared their data with third parties.

In 2016, it announced it would expand its data collection and analysis to include “more sensitive” data, such as location, and it was also fined $1 billion in 2016 for violating privacy rules.

It has also come under fire for data collection on people’s online activity, including on their searches.

It reportedly collected information on searches performed by people who logged in to their Google accounts.

It said it would work to make its data less sensitive to the public and users, and that it would “disclose and remove any information it collects about you.”

Google said in 2016 it was taking the data “out of the dark ages” by creating a privacy policy.

The search giant said it was “working on new privacy measures” and “will continue to work hard to protect privacy for our users and to provide more meaningful search.”

It also said that its search engine would improve to make search more “meaningful” for people.

Google has been criticized for its data gathering practices.

In 2014, it settled a class action lawsuit with four U.S. cities that said the company violated their privacy rights by collecting data about people’s searches.

In 2018, the company was fined $2.7 billion for violating data privacy rules for years that were “not justified by the need to improve search performance.”

The data collection by Google’s Search Engine Soon after the settlement, Google announced that it was creating a new search algorithm that would make search results more relevant to users.

Google said that “we want to make the search experience more personalized for users,” and it said it wanted to provide better search results “by making it easier for users to find the content they want to see, and by offering relevant content more frequently.”

The new search will be named “Google’s new Search Engine.”

Google Now, which lets users quickly launch and perform tasks from its services like maps and weather, is also being upgraded to search results.

The new app will use “big data” to improve its search algorithm, Google said.

The company also said it will “develop tools to allow users to filter results based on location, time, or activity.”

Google says that “this will allow more personalized results for users by providing more relevant search results that include information on the location, activity, and other relevant factors that make up the search.”

Google is not the only search engine to upgrade its algorithm.

Apple added a new way to quickly find what you’re looking for in 2018.

Google added a search function to iOS 6 in 2018 and also added the ability to find content in the news and sports feeds in 2018, as well as news and weather on iOS 7.

The two apps are used by millions of people worldwide.