Google is an assumptive company.
So when you begin a search, it often assumes what you're looking for faster than you can type.
One man, however, claims that this autocomplete function autoderailed his career.
As Courthouse News Service reports, Jeffrey Kantor claims he wanted to build his son a radio-controlled airplane.
The complaint states, regarding Kantor's situation: "He ran this search a couple weeks before the birthday of his son with the thought of building one together as a birthday present. After typing, 'how do I build a radio controlled', Google auto-completed his search to, 'how do … Read more