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Some users thought the search engine results were funny and called for the current minister of police Bheki Cele to investigate. TV character Captain Malebana from SABC1 drama, Skeem Saam, was also invited to intervene and investigate Google.
Meanwhile, some users tagged @google and @googleafrica and asked where were the real images of South African squatters camps.
Nkanyiso Ngqulunga tweeted: But Google images are just a collection from all articles that are written, it is not that someone put those images to imply the opposite.
However, Mangwanya tweeted: And if I tell you that I pay Google to show you only what I need for you to see when you search my name and surname?
SheReady said: “Google didn’t do anything wrong. Their algorithm did its job and picked up those images based on the content uploaded on the internet. So it’s better to actually read those articles and find out what’s going on – dispute the individual authors if needs be.”
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– Dear @Google. Is there a fact-checking function before content is loaded? The search results for “squatter camps in South Africa” is BEYOND the scope of GROSS MISREPRESENTATION… Next thing Google street view will show wild animals in the city at the stopsign
– Wow. @XolisaDyeshana told me to google Squatter Camps in South Africa and these are the images. This means that the only stories told about people in squatter camps are about white people because they are “not supposed to be in them.”
2:17 PM – Jun 13, 2018
“There is a chance that many people have searched a phrase and chosen a specific result. Therefore, Google produces a similar result when you search a phrase similar to that one.”
Shapshak said there are many variables and factors that influence Google’s search function.
“For instance, when Google finds an article that matches the search terms you input, it prioritises that article. If you want to manipulate the search function, there are ways to make specific phrases and images come up, but this does not sound like something so nefarious,” he said.