• http://rosmarin-search-marketing.com Myron Rosmarin

    This is a characteristic problem of so many search queries – trying to divine searcher intent based upon just a few words. It’s a huge leap to assume anti-semitism simply because searchers are appending “juif” to the name of a prominent politician who actually does have Jewish roots. The searcher could just as easily be hopeful that the individual in question is Jewish. If someone types [tom cruise] into the US version of Google, the second suggested search query is [tom cruise gay] … does it follow then that the United States has an underground homophobic element? (okay, so maybe it does, but you really can’t infer that from a search suggestion)