Google searches are being used to target users with ads based on their interests, as well as their search history, the company has confirmed.
The change to the algorithm, which Google announced last week, means that search terms related to news or sports events will now be prioritised.
The company is now working on a solution to remove the biases from search results and instead aim to target those with specific interests and interests groups.
A Google spokesperson told Fairfax Media that “Google is working to remove its biases from Google searches, which are being designed to target search users with a broad range of interests and demographics.”
This is good news for Google, which is the biggest search engine on the planet, and has long been a target of criticism from internet privacy advocates who say it is biased against people with less access to information.
The shift in Google’s algorithm means that searches will be more focused on the interests of users, not their search histories.
Google has already removed the bias from its search results, removing terms such as “pizza” and “fitness” that it deemed to be less relevant to people who might be more interested in the results.
The spokesperson said Google’s aim is to improve users’ experience in searching, by “reducing the amount of searching that takes place and the time it takes to find what they’re searching for”. “
We’re always working to improve the results that we provide, and as part of this, we are updating the way search results are prioritised and we’ve also introduced new algorithms that we believe will help users find the information they’re looking for.”
The spokesperson said Google’s aim is to improve users’ experience in searching, by “reducing the amount of searching that takes place and the time it takes to find what they’re searching for”.
Google has been criticised for using its algorithm to target people based on interests.
The algorithm has a lot of power in the search engine world.
It can influence the way people search, and Google’s algorithms are also used by advertisers and websites that target them.
The issue with bias in search Google has long faced criticism for using a variety of other biases in its search algorithms, and its latest change may be its biggest yet.
While Google is using its own algorithm to determine the results of search queries, the technology has been used in many other areas.
For example, Google has also been criticised by privacy groups and governments for using information gathered from its advertising business to determine what people will see in its advertising.
These include what keywords people search for in their search results.
Google is currently working on improving the algorithms it uses to determine how people search.
The spokesperson from Google said the company was “working on a new algorithm that will eliminate the bias”.
“We’ve been working to address these issues for years, and have been very transparent about how we’re improving our search,” the spokesperson said.
Google recently changed the way it displayed ads.
A spokesperson for the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission said the ACCC had received complaints about Google’s use of “targeted advertising”, which is a form of advertising that uses people’s browsing histories to target advertisements to people based only on certain characteristics.
The ACCC is investigating Google’s “target-based advertising” practices.
Google did not respond to questions about whether it had received similar complaints.