Google Get Court Notice Asks For Apologize to PM Modi’s Image In Top 10 Criminals Lists

Google Get Court Notice Asks For Apologize to PM Modi's Image In Top 10 Criminals Lists

One of world’s biggest and most shocking news about the world’s biggest search engine has come stating that the world’s most known and loving personality who is known for his courageous and well maintained behavior towards all other countries all around the world, the prime minister of India Mr. Narendra Modi who is the PM of currently going on sessions of India has been put into the list of the world’s top 10 criminals.

Google Get Court Notice Asks For Apologize to PM Modi's Image In Top 10 Criminals Lists

The news is quite shocking and has created a blaze among the news world including the buzz society too of the whole world, because the name and image of a personality like him in the world’s most deadliest and horrifying criminals in the world is very much shocking for anyone who will going to hear news like this.The incident took place last year when Google showed the PM Modi in the image search for the ‘Top 10 Criminals in the world’. Modi’s image appeared along with underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, al-Qaeda’s Osama bin Laden and Hafiz Sayeed among others who are known as the top criminals. This triggered a big controversy that forced Google to issue an apology later for the whole incident among the real and internet news.

However, after the incident without making any more mistake or wasting the time the Google had issued a press statement soon after the incident t stop it right now.
Although Google had apologized “for any confusion or misunderstanding” caused after Prime Minister Modi’s images started appearing in image search results for the query on “Top 10 criminals in India,” Mishra had moved a complaint before the Civil Lines police station in Allahabad against the tech giant. The complaint was duly filed by advocate Sushil Kumar Mishra. According to him, an image of the PM appears among the results of an image search on the ‘top 10 criminals of the world’ on Google’s search engine.

The statement which has come from the google side accounts that “These results trouble us and are not reflective of the opinions of Google. Sometimes, the way images are described on the internet can yield surprising results to specific queries. We apologize for any confusion or misunderstanding this has caused. We’re continually working to improve our algorithms to prevent unexpected results like this,” a Google spokesperson said in a statement.

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