Posted October 04, 2018 08:24:49 Google’s Search engine is not exactly friendly to LGBT users.
The search giant has long been criticized for not being inclusive to LGBT people, and for the company’s controversial policy banning search engines from showing LGBT-themed ads on their pages.
Today, Google announced a new policy to help ease the pressure.
The change is part of a larger shift toward inclusion and inclusion for users of search engines.
The new policy, which Google announced on its blog, will include: – A “no search” policy – A Google+ community that welcomes all users, regardless of gender identity or sexual orientation – An “Acceptable Use Policy” that prohibits Google from displaying ads that violate a user’s personal freedoms – A new privacy page that states the company will never show any user’s information to third parties without their permission – A privacy page for search results that explicitly states that the user’s data is confidential – A policy stating that Google will not sell or share user information that Google determines violates their rights, including information about a user if that information is used to provide advertisements.
Google has been in the spotlight recently for a series of controversies surrounding its “Don’t be Evil” ad campaign.
Last month, the company was forced to apologize for showing ads for a “sexually explicit” video game that was widely criticized for violating the terms of service of its ad network.
In a statement following the controversy, Google said it “strongly disagrees” with the video game’s creator, but was “working with the appropriate authorities” to ensure that the ad did not violate Google’s policies.