Google Search has a long history of certifying search engines to certify them as trusted.
In 2015, Google certified its search engine’s algorithm to ensure it was able to accurately index content.
In 2018, Google also certified its content indexing system as trusted by certifying it to do so.
But in the first year of Google Search’s certification program, the search giant took the position that Google Search was the only legitimate search engine out there.
Google said that its search algorithms were “strong enough” to help it serve “quality” search results and that the search results Google was presenting on its site were “authentic.”
Google’s certification has been in place for more than a year.
“Google Search is trusted because of Google’s reputation as the leading search engine, which includes its core algorithms,” Google said in a blog post in 2018.
“In addition, Google’s Search Engine Quality Score and other ranking metrics show that Google is trusted for search performance and other purposes.”
Google has long maintained that its algorithms are as good or better than the alternatives.
It has said that if the algorithms of rival search engines are more efficient, then Google Search is not trusted as a trustworthy search engine.
The company has also argued that Google’s search algorithms are “stronger” than its competitors because of the fact that they are “all in the same direction.”
While Google has said it has taken the position it is trusted as the only reliable search engine for more or less a decade, Google Search certification has not always been a given.
Google Search had previously been certified by the Department of Homeland Security, the U.S. Department of Commerce and the U:S.
Google has also taken on the certification role in other areas.
The search engine has certified its Web Search and its Web App Search for several years.
In a letter in October 2017, Google said that the certifications were needed because of its continued role as a trusted search engine and because it is a technology company.
Google also said that in the future, the certification could be used to certify search engines that are not as trusted as Google, such as those that use other technologies.
Google did not respond to a request for comment about the certification of Google search engines.
Google Search has also been a major supporter of government efforts to address Internet privacy issues.
In 2014, the company said that it was willing to pay a $1.5 billion fine to resolve privacy claims related to its Search API and the way it handles data about users’ activity.
Google and other search engines have been criticized for providing “cookies” to users, which allow them to browse the Internet without being targeted by advertisers.
In 2017, a federal judge ruled that Google had violated the Federal Records Act by allowing users to view the search history of other people.