TechCrunch article Uber’s search engine DuckDucksGo was recently removed from Google’s search index after the company received complaints that its advertising would result in people seeing ads for its own products.
Uber has now removed DuckDUCKGO from its search index, but it’s still showing ads for other popular search engines and ad networks, including Google, Bing, and Yahoo.
DuckDuggo, which is used by many Uber drivers, is a popular DuckDucky.
Its search engine is the most popular search engine on the Internet, and Google has said it has been working with Uber to remove ads from its platform.
Uber’s decision to remove DuckDuckingGo from its indexes comes on the heels of a lawsuit filed last month by the National Advertising Division of California.
The suit, which alleges that Uber violated the federal Fair Search Act by using its DuckDuckedGo search engine to display ads for itself and its competitors, was originally filed on November 17, 2017, just three days after the lawsuit was filed.
The lawsuit alleges that Google, Google Search, and Bing are violating the Fair Search Clause of the U.S. Constitution, which prohibits the “use of any methods or facilities of electronic communication to influence an election.”
The complaint also accuses Uber of violating the FTC Act, which bans deceptive advertising, by providing the DuckDucker with ads on its search engine and the company’s platform, which are then used to promote other search products.
A spokesperson for Google, which owns DuckDongles.com, said in a statement that the search giant “takes its search results very seriously,” and that it has removed ads from Google.
Bing has also removed ads for DuckDduckGo.
Uber says it’s removing DuckDungoes ads from Bing because it believes that they are “unfair and deceptive.”
The company said that it will continue to remove links to DuckDungeons search engine for now, but added that it’s working to update the DuckduckDGo search page to remove its ads.
The Google search engine also removed links to the DuckduckGo search results page on November 15, 2017.
The DuckDinkGo search result page has since been restored, but the company says that ads are still showing.
“We’re working on updating the Duck DuckGo page to eliminate any links to ads from the Duck DuckGo search service,” the spokesperson said.
Uber added that Google’s removal of DuckDudewo.com from its searches is an “error” that will be corrected soon.
Uber also said it will remove links from DuckduckingGo.com that are linked to ads for competitors and other search engines.
Google has removed links from Google to Duckducks search engine.
The spokesperson said that Google will “continue to remove” links to other search results pages and other third party sites that are used to target ads for the DuckDuckGo search site.
Uber is the second ride-hailing company to remove search ads from search engines after Uber pulled ads from Lyft.
In February, Lyft said it was removing ads from a search engine that is used to advertise rides for its cars, but Uber pulled its ads from Uber’s own search engine as well.
Uber and Lyft have been in a legal dispute since December.
The Uber-Lyft litigation stems from a complaint filed in April 2017 by California regulators alleging that Uber and its drivers were violating California’s Fair Search and FTC Act.
Uber, Lyft, and other ride-sharing companies also contend that they’re violating the anti-discrimination laws in California.
Uber drivers who are members of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, or IAMAA, and the National Association of Manufacturers filed a class action lawsuit against Uber in California on January 31, 2018.
The class action complaint alleges that the drivers have suffered a range of injuries and illnesses due to Uber drivers’ behavior.
Uber denies that the IAM and the NAOMA are members and said it is working with the parties to settle the dispute.
In September, the National Labor Relations Board ruled that the two groups have an equal right to sue Uber and other rideshare companies.
Uber agreed to settle that lawsuit in July 2018, and a final judgment is expected in 2018.