Images, public databases, speeches, printed literature and some online books are some of the things Google can't find. The list has become as much as an obsession to some as what the search engine can
find. And while you might read this and say "hey, Google can
find that," John Brandon explains why not all of these items are searchable.
Google often can't find information on
auctions or health records, but the search engine is working on it, Brandon writes. "The search is just not detailed enough--and some info is contained in private databases," he writes. So, Google's
mission continues to categorize and make all information accessible on the Web.
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