The Google search engine, as a platform, has been the subject of plenty of controversy in recent years.
However, this year, the search engine’s popularity may not be as high as in the past.
As of May 30, 2017, Google was number one on the global popularity index for search terms like “crocodile”, “bunny”, and “tiger”.
The rankings are based on Google Trends data and do not include social media and other online trends.
In the past, Google has often been ranked ahead of the other major search engines, Microsoft and Bing.
However this year’s rankings are being driven by the popularity of other major social media platforms, such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn.
The Google search algorithm has a lot to answer for in terms of popularity, but it has also come under fire for some other factors as well.
Google has faced criticism for its use of its own “top results” section for its search results.
The top results section, which lists a large number of top-ranked keywords, has become a popular source of criticism in the search industry.
“In some instances, Google results may have been designed to promote the company’s products, such with the top results page on Twitter,” a spokesperson for Google told Mashable.
“We don’t make the top result page the default.
It’s not a standard we make for all products.”
The spokesperson also said that Google is looking to change the algorithm and make it more “objective”.
The spokesperson said that it was not Google’s job to “force” users to do what they want, but rather to create a more neutral, “good search experience”.