Google has made a big change to the way its search feature is used internationally — or rather, the way users can perform international searches. Before now, users could navigate to a different country’s Google domain, like google.co.jp for Japan or www.google.com.au for Australia, and in turn get search results specific to that location.

Google search now defaults to local location regardless of country domain

Google has made a big change to the way its search feature is used internationally — or rather, the way users can perform international searches. Before now, users could navigate to a different country’s Google domain, like google.co.jp for Japan or www.google.com.au for Australia, and in turn get search results specific to that location.

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