Google search engine crashes on a page with an image of a baby
Google search engines crashed on a website with an article about the baby.
The site, which has since been taken down, showed the photo of a young boy in a diaper with a smiley face and a heart.
It is believed the images are the result of the search engine’s algorithm being programmed to automatically search for images of baby products.
“The image has been taken from a website that has been set up to promote an infant birth,” a Google spokesperson said in a statement.
The spokesperson did not specify if the image was an official Google product or a parody.
“As always, we take matters of copyright and privacy very seriously,” the spokesperson said.
“We take this very seriously, and we’re investigating.
Google does not typically comment on whether copyright issues arise with our products.”
The search engine was unable to find the image of the baby in the Google search results for the image with a heart and smiley faces.
The company said it would work to fix the problem and will issue a public apology to the child’s family.
It has been a tough week for the search giant, which was rocked by the resignation of chief executive Larry Page after the search site crashed for an image in a search for the word “apple”.
The company was also rocked by news that Google was being investigated over its use of artificial intelligence to improve its results in the search for baby names.
It had to remove an image from a search that was being used to create a name in response to the allegations.
It was unclear whether the baby was a parody or official Google products.
The search giant’s image problem was the latest in a string of issues with the search engines, with the company having to address a security vulnerability in its search algorithm in December.
Last month, Google said it was being sued by a woman who had sued it for allegedly violating her privacy by using her personal information without her consent.
The case is being heard in New York state court.
Google said on Tuesday it was taking steps to prevent further incidents like the one seen on Tuesday, which could impact users of the service.
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