Google has reportedly removed the ability to use a popular captcha software to help users find links and pages on its site.
The company has been criticized in the past for its use of this type of code, which it says is often used to protect users’ identity.
Google also has been accused of hiding personal information in the code.
The company’s latest change is part of a series of changes that Google has made to its search engine since it introduced its new search engine in 2013.
The latest change to Google’s code, first reported by Search Engine Land, requires users to use their own code to provide Google with results.
The code is now visible in search results.
Google added the code last month to prevent spam.
A search engine that can’t find any result that matches the description or search terms it’s trying to find may use a different code.
If users are able to provide a new code, they may find a result that doesn’t match the description.
Google said it has received hundreds of reports of spam sites using the new code to trick users into clicking on links.
In the past, Google has also been accused by some users of hiding information from users when using the code and other types of search filters.
Users have also reported being tricked into clicking links by using the captcha feature, which requires a username and password to log in to the site.
Users can change the code on their Google accounts by visiting Settings > Google Accounts.
If you don’t want Google to show you results, the site may use the default “All results” or “Default” code.
If the code is not displayed, you can also disable the code in Settings > Settings.
The site should still show results with the “All Results” or default code.
Google told Search Engine Live that the code changes are to ensure that users are not tricked into providing fake links or pages, but it doesn’t specifically say that users must provide a different password to access the site’s results.