Google News search results for “marriott” in the United States and “hotel” in India will reveal an article on a popular online portal for sharing travel tips.
On Thursday, Google News published a search for “Marriott hotel” and a similar article titled “Marriot Hotels in India,” in which hotel information was shared.
“Hotel” also appears in “marriot stock” and “marriots stock” search results, along with “hotels” in “google.”
On the same day, Google also published an article with a similar headline and title: “Marion Marriott hotels India.”
In both cases, Google is listing information on hotels, but it doesn’t explain how it’s being presented.
“Marriott Hotels India” is listed under “Marron hotels,” while “hoteling” is on “marron stock.”
In India, Marriott is listed as “Marriac,” while it’s “Marryrco.”
Marriott’s Indian website is not listed as an authorized partner of the company.
The company has yet to respond to a request for comment.
Google’s listing of “Marroons” on Google News also contains an article about how to find hotel information on the web, but that article isn’t in English, either.
“Marriage” also is not on the list of hotel information.
The article also mentions “Marriages” and other similar terms, such as “marriages” in an article titled, “Marriots” in Google News.
“This is Google news, right?” asked one reader on Google’s blog.
“Who is that for?
Hotel search results are a useful tool to share information about a host of other topics, such an article from The Economist on the cost of hotel room in the UK or a popular article from CNN about a hotel in the US,” a Google spokesperson told Quartz.
“However, they don’t provide an explanation of what they’re saying or why they’re sharing information.”
Google News does not have a policy of not listing information from companies that don’t officially partner with the search engine, so it’s unclear whether it’s a violation of the terms of service that prohibits links to such information.
Google’s search results include “marriar,” “marryr,” and “Maroyes.”
Marriot stock, on the other hand, is listed alongside other popular stock and is the same stock that Google News was referring to earlier.
Google is not the first to pull information from its search results when sharing information.
In January, for instance, Google removed a link to a site called “Marrillis” because of “terms of service violations,” according to the website Engadget.
“We do not endorse, support, endorse or endorse any of the companies listed,” a spokesperson for Google told Quartz in an email.
“We also do not condone content that we deem inappropriate or offensive, or for which we don’t know what content it is.”
“Google News is not an official partner of Marriot.
We have no control over the content that appears on Google.”
Google’s guidelines say that “our users are free to publish content that they think may be of interest to their audiences, including news stories, and to post them on Google.
We also have guidelines for content we remove or don’t remove that also apply to other platforms.”
Google does not allow links to third-party sites or links to news content on its Google News platform, though it does allow links for products that it doesn: sells.
Google doesn’t list a policy on removing links to any third-parties, and neither does it provide any guidelines on what those guidelines are.
The company also does not disclose information about its guidelines on how to remove links to websites.