A website is using a common typo as an excuse for not serving the content it claims it has, a spokeswoman for Google said.
The typo was reported to Google Tuesday, but the company didn’t respond to a request for comment Wednesday.
Google has long used a variety of tricks to prevent websites from showing incorrect information, from removing pages or pages being disabled entirely to disabling the site entirely.
Google is now working to fix the problem, spokeswoman Anna Kostielska said in an email.
The company will make sure it is correct on the next search, she said.