By By James L. Dickson, Associated PressAARON KAMANOWSKI WASHINGTON (AP) – You could use Google’s search function to find out who posted a video that wasn’t real, but that’s a little like trying to find a needle in a haystack.
Google doesn’t make any promises about how long it will keep your information secure, and there are no guarantees that the information you post on Facebook or other social networks won’t be used to identify you.
But in this case, Google’s data collection is about to get a little more intense.
The company says it is launching a new program in the U.S. called “bot verification,” a program that is designed to prevent bots from gaining access to user information and targeting users with targeted ads.
Google’s “bot-based verification” will require you to upload a photo or video that shows you posting an ad.
If you don’t, your account will be removed.
You’ll have to re-submit the photo or the video, and then you’ll have the opportunity to update your account and submit another photo or a video.
The process is designed for people who might have an issue with ads that target them, such as a business that has a big presence in their community, a politician or a sports team.
Google says the program will only be available in the United States for now.
It is also in the works in Europe and Canada, but hasn’t said how it plans to distribute the program in those regions.
The U.K. already has its own “bot” verification program.
It’s meant to ensure that people don’t post malicious ads, such the one that was used to target British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.