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United States: Google Maps Accused of Directing Pregnant Women to Fake Abortion Clinics

United States: Google Maps Accused of Directing Pregnant Women to Fake Abortion Clinics

This is an embarrassing statement Bloomberg. According to the media, Google Maps can mislead pregnant women looking for an abortion clinic. The problem: These health centers, often run by far-right religious organizations, use misinformation and fear to persuade people not to have abortions.

These CPCs may promote abortion, breast cancer or mental health problems, or convince patients that they have exceeded the legal term limit in the state. On average in the US, a quarter of the top 10 results for someone searching for “abortion clinics” Google Maps About the CPC, says Bloomberg.


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In many states, the ratio is much higher, with five or more CPCs awarded in the top 10 results. This is especially true in South Carolina and Arkansas, where seven of the top 10 results are associated with one of these centers. For Mississippi, those represent nine out of 10 results. And this situation led to the development of evidence. “When my partner left the room, I mentioned that I was in an abusive relationship. They told me that pregnancy would help mend my relationship, that it would encourage my partner to become a man, and that I would find a purpose in life,” one young woman told Bloomberg.


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The fact that Google responds quickly to allegations indicates that it tries to provide relevant results and has implemented multi-level verification. But for now, the performance is apparently not optimal. Although many states have tightened restrictions on abortion rights or banned the practice altogether after the Supreme Court ruling, polls show Americans broadly support protecting the right.

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