Google is exercising control. No to false news!

The Google logo is seen at the company's headquarters Tuesday, July 19, 2016, in Mountain View, Calif. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

Google announced Tuesday it made changes to the way you work to categorize Web sites under search, it works to improve the methods you use to evaluate websites, besides providing easier ways for users to submit comments and feedback, in a new step to curb proliferation and combating counterfeit news through search engine.
New tools allow users to report complaints regarding misleading and inaccurate content and offensive content to hate, the company also pledged to improve the results generated through its own algorithm on the AutoComplete function, which automatically appears to propose searches based on initial characters typed.
Google is working on updating khwarzmitha to view more reliable content and reduce the number of fake news, where the search company published codification “has become very clear that there is a small class of searches performed daily are misleading or offensive content clearly and that’s not what he’s looking for people.”
The company continues to try to curb the proliferation of fictitious news through its last month as part of this effort to update their search quality guidelines, used by residents of realists to evaluate the quality of search results and provide feedback on the search results in order to help the company identify areas that need improvement.
And became the updated guidance and guidelines provide more detailed examples of residents on low-quality Web pages that may contain misleading information and results of the unexpected and aggressive bluffing and unsupported conspiracy theories, these instructions will help the company reduce algorithms sort low-quality content.
The company has facilitated for persons reporting inaccurate or offensive content that appears in the AutoComplete and featured excerpts on research topics, and is a collection of information that appears at the top of the search results for certain queries, which formed the subject of controversy in last March.
The company added on tedointha “the content that appears on these features is created automatically and is a reflection of what he’s looking for the person and what is available on the Web, sometimes this may lead to unexpected results or inaccurate or offensive.”