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Google is changing its search engine algorithms in a bid to make the word ‘peace loving’ appear less popular.
It’s a move that could impact the lives of many people and the way that Google searches are displayed.
The search giant is making changes to its algorithm to improve the way people search for and find information.
In a blog post, Google’s Chief Technology Officer, Sundar Pichai, said: “As we evolve, we want to make it easier for people to find the information they need to make informed decisions about what to do and how to live.
This includes a more personalized search experience that’s designed to give people a more personal experience with search results.”
Google says it will be able to do this by making more targeted search results more relevant to people who are on the “peace loving” side of the spectrum.
This is what Google means by peace loving:”People who are peace loving will often find more relevant results, and search for the information more effectively,” Pichay said.
“We know from the Google community that peace loving people are often engaged in caring and volunteering in the community.
Google is taking a similar approach, focusing on people who love nature, who are committed to the environmental causes, and who love to be part of the arts community.”
Google’s announcement comes amid a heated debate over the meaning of the word peace.
Some people think the word “peace” is a derogatory term for white people.
Some see the word as a positive term for people of colour.
“I have been told that I am not a peace loving person,” said one Reddit user.
“This is a question that I need to ask myself as a person who does not have the privilege of being a peace lover. “
“What does love mean?””
This is a question that I need to ask myself as a person who does not have the privilege of being a peace lover.
“What does love mean?”