wildbest - 5:57 am on Sep 28, 2010 (gmt 0)
Google isn't making a claim about WHAT IS with search suggestions; they're making a SUGGESTION about what you MIGHT MEAN.
I MIGHT MEAN everything! Why is Google suggesting exactly THAT?
Irony alert... you say it isn't a search suggestion and then go on to complain about when it makes suggestions...
Did I say it isn't a search suggestion?! Where? What I said is it's something more than just a "simple search suggestion".
Do you really believe those suggestions are assertions?
Why do you mention assertion so often? This term has several meanings. Which one do you mean?
- Assertion (computing), a computer programming technique
- Logical assertion, logical assertion of a statement
- Patent assertion, the enforcement of patent rights, usually by litigation against an infringing party
- Assertions (auditing), used in the context of a financial statement audit
- Assertions are also a kind of speech act.
Please note how Google behave AFTER searching is finished (Search button hit)! What they say is:
"Showing results for [black]. Search instead for [white]"
Again, this is not just a simple suggestion. This is a distinct and straightforward ADVICE! If you give wrong advice to people, no doubt, you should be held responsible for criminal behavior.