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Google seeks users help to spot spam in Search

SAN FRANCISCO: Google took action on nearly 90,000 user reports of spam in its Search in 2017 and has now asked more users to come forward and help the tech giant spot and squash spam. According to Juan Felipe Rincon, Global Search Outreach Lead at Google, the automated Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based systems are constantly working to detect and block spam. "Still, we always welcome hearing from you when something seems Fishy. Reporting spam, malware, and other issues you find help us protect the site owner and…