You know that you’re searching for something a bit taboo but if you’re a young adult in the US, you’re probably searching for porn, right?
Well, according to Google, that’s exactly what you are.
According to a new report, the search giant is one of the top five search engines for porn.
This is despite the fact that in 2014, Google made headlines by announcing that it would be shutting down the porn search engine for good.
In a blog post, Google’s Vice President of Search Amit Singhal said: We will stop using porn to search for porn this summer.
The porn search results will be removed from the search results and will be replaced with other relevant content.
Google is not saying exactly what that other content will be, but Singhal did say that they would “keep working with partners and publishers to ensure the best search experience.”
The news came just a week after the company announced a major partnership with adult content site Adult Friend Finder.
The move came after Google announced it would take a $500 million investment to expand its adult search engine and to expand it to include “sex-focused” search results.
Porn-related content has been growing in popularity on the Internet, particularly with younger consumers.
The report is the latest in a string of negative headlines for Google in recent months.
In February, Google announced that it was shutting down its porn-related search engine.
Google announced in April that it will not be adding search engines to its search results for the next few months, but will continue to provide other online search services for businesses and governments.
The announcement came a week before Google announced a $1 billion deal with adult-focused site Pornhub to help them grow their business.