Google has added an important tool for consumers to check for misleading or misleading ads in their search results.
In a new tool, the company has developed a list of search results that are more or less honest in their claims about products and services.
The list is called Truth in Advertising.
Google is using the list to track and flag search results where users have clicked on links to content that is not real, and which may mislead them.
The new tool is designed to help consumers filter out misleading or deceptive search results in their online browsing experience.
“Google is always trying to improve our tools to keep users safe, and we’re proud to continue to innovate with our Truth in Advertisers tool,” said Jochen Gullick, senior director of product management for the Search and Web at Google.
The tool helps Google users search for terms that may give them a false sense of security when it comes to their searches.
The tool includes a list with more than 6,000 results from more than 200 countries, which Google says are verified to be authentic.
For example, the tool indicates that if a search for “Babies”, or “baby wipes” returns results that contain the words “Burgundy” or “babies”, then the user is likely to be thinking of products made by Burgundy-based Bali-based Lulu and the parent company of Bali’s popular Lulu Baby Wipes brand.
Google says the list is updated monthly and is being shared widely.
“Truth in Advertisements is a powerful tool that helps consumers check out search results they’ve found to be misleading or false,” Gullack said.
“The truth in ad campaign is an important part of a healthy, effective search experience.”
Google says Truth in Ads is being rolled out to users in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Latvia, Lithuania, Malaysia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, and Turkey.