Ten things Google wants to tell you about Italy
The Local · 29 Jan 2014, 13:56
Published: 29 Jan 2014 13:56 GMT+01:00
Google searches don't just give you a world of information - they also use your search to help predict what others want to know. Here we list some of the things that people are trying to find out about Italy.
People plugging questions about Italy into Google's search engines are wondering why Italy is so...'expensive, corrupt and racist'.
Not particularly flattering. But on a positive note, they also want to know why Italians are 'so cute', 'good at football' and 'close to their families'.
CLICK HERE for a list of the most popular search terms about Italy on Google.
The Local has also redrawn the map of Europe asking Google about each country.
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