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News site SourceFed released a video Thursday laying out claims that Google’s search auto-fill function, Autocomplete, has been altered to keep negative suggestions from appearing.

For example, typing “Hillary Clinton cri” into the Google search bar auto-suggests “Hillary Clinton crime reform” first, followed by “Hillary Clinton crime bill 1994.”

SourceFed found that Google’s search suggestions starting with “Hillary Clinton cri” differed from those on other search engines – which first suggest “Hillary Clinton criminal charges” among top results – while suggestions about other candidates were largely the same. 

“The intention is clear. Google is burying potential searches for terms that could have hurt Hillary Clinton in the primary elections over the past several months by manipulating recommendations on their site,” SourceFed’s Matt Lieberman said in the video.

In a statement to the Washington Times Friday, Google denied altering the auto-fill search function. 

“Google Autocomplete does not favor any candidate or cause,” a representative said in a statement to the Washington Times. “Claims to the contrary simply misunderstand how Autocomplete works. Our Autocomplete algorithm will not show a predicted query that is offensive or disparaging when displayed in conjunction with a person’s name. More generally, our autocomplete predictions are produced based on a number of factors including the popularity of search terms.”