In the US search engine Google 'abortion' reaction came. "Where can I have an abortion?" it has been claimed that family centers that provide anti-abortion counseling services through Google's map application Google Maps have been put into the foreground.
Many of these anti-abortion centers reported that they deliberately misinformed women to continue their pregnancy, that abortion could lead to breast cancer, and that they were making misguided misdirects. The presence of such centers, some of which are supported by state governments, are often protested by women's rights groups in the United States.
Molly Duane, Center for Reproductive Rights's group of women activist groups, reacted to Google's showing of these centers in their search for abortion: "The Internet should ensure people have information about what they are looking for, not offer options to deceive them."