You might have noticed something odd about Google’s ‘Find My Child’ feature: it doesn’t let you search for your child’s whereabouts.
It instead presents a map of all your children’s places, even if they’ve been moved.
And as you might expect, Google’s app doesn’t even offer you the option to search.
I don’t know what to make of this, but I have been wondering if it is a case of Google ignoring the wishes of parents, who, in the past, were happy to send their children to public schools where they were able to do whatever they liked.
If so, it’s a bit strange to have Google ignore parents’ wishes when it comes to children’s education.
As a parent myself, I’m happy to let my children go to public school if they want to.
But I would be surprised if they’re still there in a few years.
I’m not talking about Google taking the money away from parents who choose not to send them there.
I mean the money that’s going to be taken away from the parents who do send their kids there.
Google has been in the news recently for not providing a place for disabled people to use the search bar.
In the US, a group of disabled people filed a class action against Google over the searchbar.
They claimed the search service has a discriminatory policy that treats people with disabilities differently from the rest of the population.
The group argued that Google treats people who have difficulty using the search tool as if they have a disability and that they should be able to use it without any hassle.
But the US courts have ruled that Google’s search bar is not discriminatory, and the company has said that it will continue to offer search for people with disability.
On the other hand, the US Supreme Court has ruled that discrimination against people with a disability is a form of sex discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
The case is now before the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, which is also the appeals court for the US government.
So Google has now admitted that it doesn’s discriminatory.
However, it doesn, in fact, have a ‘Find Me My Child’s Place’ option that it can provide.
When I first started using the app in March, I didn’t even know what ‘Find my child’s place’ meant.
I thought it was the app’s own app.
I was shocked when I found out it was an app that was designed to find places for people who are blind or have visual impairments.
After I started using it for about two weeks, I began to understand why Google doesn’t allow me to search for my child, even though I’m blind.
The first search result was my son’s school.
The next result was his house.
It was a blank screen with nothing at all.
It didn’t give me any indication of what to do next.
I asked Google what the ‘Find me my child ‘ option did, and it didn’t help.
The answer came with a vague, blank message: “The location of a location of your child is displayed when you search.”
I was also told that the app can’t provide you with a “search area”.
So when I went back to the search results, the map just displayed the city where I was born, not where I am now.
Now that I have a little more understanding of the search feature, I’ve been able to search my son for a city where he lives, and have found that it’s just his home town.
Even though I can’t search for him in any way, it seems to me that this search option is still available for disabled users.
It seems Google doesn, at least, know that disabled users don’t like being searched for in the search box.
What’s the solution?
The search feature could be updated to provide a ‘find my child’ option in all the search engines.
For example, the Google Search app has a search function that lets you search “find my son”, and it also lets you filter by a child’s disability.
Google could also provide a special option that allows you to search “my son’s place” or “my child’s home” or something else that is less invasive.
Then there’s the ‘Help’ button, which I think is missing.
There’s a search option, but the option doesn’t actually tell you what to search, so there’s no way to search that way.
My guess is that Google could add this search function to its ‘Find’ app in the future.
And if Google doesn of course, then it needs to start making an effort to help disabled people.
That’s something that Google has been doing for years.
Google once created a special feature to search by disability for people in the US who had never