Google Search is working on improving the quality of its search results by addressing information gaps that users might encounter. One way they are doing this is by providing content advisories when a search topic is rapidly evolving or when their systems don’t have high confidence in the overall quality of the results. These advisories are not meant to indicate that there is no helpful information available or that a particular result is low-quality. Rather, they provide context about the whole set of results on the page, helping users to make informed decisions about what to click on. Google has recently launched these advisories in several new languages, including German, French, Italian, Spanish, and Japanese.
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