I want to know why I’m being checked for sex on Google, it’s the kind of question you’d expect from a scammers.
Google’s main search engine has been scrutinised for months over allegations that it’s a place where people can buy sex.
It’s also accused of being the most popular site in the world for illegal online sex.
The investigation into Google’s sex-selling website has been in the making for months, and the findings are likely to anger users of the search engine.
Google is facing intense scrutiny over allegations of sex-trafficking as it investigates a spate of child sex abuse and child pornography involving people working in its UK advertising business.
The latest allegations of paedophile activity come as Google is under pressure to reveal how many people are using its search engine to buy sex, the BBC has learned.
The new allegations came to light during a meeting of the National Crime Agency, a group that monitors UK internet activity.
Google has declined to comment on the report, which was first reported by the Daily Mail, which cited anonymous sources.
But a Google spokesperson said the company was working with police and law enforcement authorities.
The search engine’s own guidelines state that its search algorithm “is designed to find relevant content, whether or not it’s illegal”.
The company’s own FAQ says it has “zero tolerance for child abuse and online sexual exploitation”.
The Guardian has contacted Google for comment.
What does Google say about the report?
Google says that its “search engine is designed to look for relevant content”, including “adult or adult-themed search queries” and “adult search queries that contain ‘rape’ or ‘sex'”.
The FAQ also says: “Google has zero tolerance for any form of child abuse, including rape, sexual abuse, sexual exploitation, or any other criminal activity that involves a child”.
But the company has been criticised for not doing enough to stop sex trafficking and paedophilia.
Google said in a statement: “We work closely with the law enforcement community to identify and report online child exploitation and child sex trafficking.
We are committed to working with law enforcement to tackle these issues, which have a devastating impact on the most vulnerable in our society.”
It said the report “does not address the key point that the vast majority of people using Google search are innocent users, not criminals, and do not pose a risk to Google’s users”.
What do other search engines say?
Google said that it was “deeply concerned” about the allegations.
What are the penalties for sex traffickers? “
We are committed, as always, to ensuring that our algorithms are designed to ensure that we can provide the best possible search experience for people searching for legitimate content, including the most relevant content.”
What are the penalties for sex traffickers?
If a person who is suspected of a crime has links to an illegal sex industry or is found to be in possession of child pornography, they can be fined up to £50,000 or jailed for up to three years.
What are Google’s privacy settings?
Google’s policies are described as “very strict” about privacy.
Google says it can’t share your personal information with third parties unless they’ve asked you for it, and that its policies on “data collection and use” are “clear and simple”.
Google’s “personal information” policy states that Google will not share your search history or information about your search queries with third-party companies.
How do you get the information you need?
Google will only share your name, email address and phone number if you’ve asked Google to share it, or you’ve given consent to it.
You’ll also have to give Google’s consent in order to search your own personal details.
Google will also tell you that it will not use your information to “facilitate criminal or terrorist activity”.
What is the criminal offence of trafficking?
If you’re convicted of a criminal offence involving sex trafficking, you could face a maximum sentence of up to 10 years in prison.
If you’ve not been convicted, you might be eligible for a diversion program, which means you could be able to avoid serving your full sentence.
Google does not say how long your sex trafficking conviction might be, and it’s not clear how often it’s used.
If convicted, it could cost up to a million pounds.
What happens if you have concerns about the safety of my personal information?
You can report the privacy concerns to the National Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre.
You can also contact Google’s online complaints centre.
You should also consider speaking to a human rights lawyer to help you resolve any issues you may have.
Who is behind the search scandal?
The National Crime Authority is part of the Government’s Serious Organised Crime Unit.
The group is charged with investigating serious crimes and has been investigating allegations of child sexual abuse and sexual exploitation for more than a decade.
It has previously been involved in an investigation into a UK child pornography ring and the