Google is accused of conning users after it makes paid-for ad links look almost identical to organic search results | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Google is accused of conning users after it makes paid-for ad links look almost identical to organic search results

Google's changes, which were rolled out last week, label advertisements using an icon called a 'Favicon' located to the left of a result to indicate that it's promoted.

While the icon, which is two bold black letters that spell out 'Ad', clearly signifies where the result comes from, many have pointed out that with the addition of icons next to every single search result, the promoted results end up visually blending with the rest of the results.

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