When Google decided to remove the phrase “rape” from its search engine, the internet was shocked.
The term has been used in the past by Google to target women, but it’s never been used as a racial slur.
Now, it’s becoming a symbol of misogyny in tech, with some claiming that Google has turned rape into a “racial slur.”
Tech companies have taken to using offensive language in order to target their users, and to target the most influential people in the world.
But in an era of social media where “drama queens” are being used to promote a “feminist agenda,” is it okay for tech companies to use a term that has no place in society?
And should tech companies take a stand against this sort of language when it’s used by a company like Google?
We’re not sure how to feel about Google removing the phrase.
We can see it as a form of censorship, but this seems like an overreaction.
Google’s not the first company to take a page from the racist, sexist playbook, and there are companies that use this term to silence their users.
Some, like Twitter, have also taken the approach of banning the term altogether.
We are still waiting on a statement from Google on why it took down the phrase and why it decided to ban the word rape in the first place.
It is possible that Google believes the term to be offensive and the way it’s being used is wrong, but we don’t know what the reason is for its decision.
Google, in fact, said in a statement that the term is a “bad word,” and that “rape is a terrible crime.”
But this doesn’t seem to be the case for all tech companies.
Twitter, for example, said that the phrase is “offensive” and that the company has removed it from its platform.
It’s not clear how this affects other companies, like Instagram and Snapchat.
The same goes for the “trolling” and “misogyny” communities, which also have a history of being used as platforms for trolling.
While we’re sure many of the tech companies have used offensive language before, we’re not aware of any tech company banning the word.
There is, however, one company that does.
Apple has decided to delete “rape,” which is still available for download on its iOS app, but the word is no longer included on the app.
Apple has removed the word “rape”‘ from its iOS App.
Google is still using it.
In this case, the “racist, sexist, and misogynistic” language has no impact on the tech community at large.
This doesn’t mean that Google is racist, or that the tech world is sexist.
But Google’s removal of the term shows how the internet can become a platform for online hate.
This is a bad example of how online hate can get turned into political violence.
When a word is used to target a group of people, it can be seen as a symbol that the community is hateful, and that it is targeting them for political purposes.
In this case it is used in an attempt to silence the very people who are most affected by this kind of hateful rhetoric.
We’re not ready to throw away this kind the word, but if this sort is ever used again in tech in the future, we want to be on our guard.