Google has revealed that its search results for “mystery porn” have changed to include an online chat feature, in what it’s calling a “significant development”.
The search results on the company’s YouTube channel now include the new feature, with an announcement on the YouTube page saying “the new feature is intended to improve the user experience and provide a more personalized experience.”
The feature, dubbed “Mystery Sex Chat,” will allow users to send messages to each other in chat, which will then appear in the search results.
The chat features are part of Google’s “Mysterious Search,” a new feature launched earlier this year to help users find hidden information and hidden sites.
The feature has been introduced as part of a “long-term effort to make searching easier, faster and more personalized,” according to Google.
In an interview with Business Insider, Google’s vice president of products, Adam Bain, said the new chat feature was an “unexpected addition.”
“We were surprised to see a chat feature,” Bain said.
“We’ve always tried to make it as simple as possible for users to connect with each other.”
The chat feature comes at a time when online pornography is being pushed as a tool for people who want to experience the same type of offline sex as a real-life lover.
A study published in the journal Sexually Transmitted Infections showed that the online pornography industry has a significant impact on the transmission of HIV and other STDs.
Google says that it will roll out the new “My Mystery Sex Chat” feature to other Google properties, including Google Play, YouTube and the Google News app.
Google has previously said that it was working to make its search experience more user-friendly.
In March, Google announced that it would introduce a “new search experience that is more personal, personalised and personalized.”