I was googling a topic related to paedophilia and was most surprised by Google's automatic suggestions. If I write the letters "paedoph" in the search box, Google suggests "paedophryne amauensis" (which happens to be a frog from New Guinnea), "paedophobia", and even "paedophagy", but no signs of paedophilia at all. I'm pretty sure that there must be way more web searches for "paedophilia" than for little exotic Asian frogs with Latin names. This is weird.
The same happens with Yahoo search, which only suggests the cute little Asian frog. Bing, however, behaves as I would expect: As soon as you write the letters "paed" it includes "paedophile" in its suggestions, and if you add the o and the p ("paedop"), the word "paedophile" raises to the top of the list.
Any idea of the reason for this?
Note: I'm not sure if this is the right forum for this topic. I couldn't find other forum that seemed more suitable. If there is another forum which fits the topic better, please let me know or move it to the right forum.
Edited by Alonso (Today at 02:19 AM)
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