Google has introduced a new ban in your search

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In addition, at the bottom of the search results page, the country service now in use can be clearly seen.

Google's mobile app for iOS, its mobile web site, and the desktop version of Google and Maps are undergoing a small but important change. "Also, at the bottom of the search results page, you can see which country service you are now using", writes Google. Google has today announced that it will bring a change in this. This won't change if you try to make a Google search from google.co.uk or google.co.au.

Google has been operating many of its existing services in a similar manner. The major drawback of this update can be like if a person is traveling from the United States to Japan and he wants to search restaurant near his hotel in Japan which he has booked, then he will get results for the U.S. itself. If you are sitting in England and you are search Coffee shops at google.com, then you will get results near your location in England only.

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Google will automatically detect if you go to another country and serve you results for your new location. Your choice will appear at the bottom of the page. For example, residents of Russia if in the address bar of a search engine write google domain Japan.co.jp, it would still appear the Russian website and news. Now, your location will determine the kind of search results you'll get - you could go to google.com.nz, for instance, but if you're in Australia, you'll still get results tailored to your current location.

Kao has noted that this update will only modify the way Google Search and Maps services are labeled, adding that "it will not affect the way these products work, nor will it change how we handle obligations under national law".

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