Google says "David Miller" + "mayor" = "Rob Ford"
We have taken note of Mayor Rob Ford putting his stamp on the city and its government.
There are the new blurbs about Toronto at the end of press releases, which replace boasting about environmental sustainability with boasting about customer service.
And the mayor's decision to change the main number for his office from 416-397-CITY to 416-397-FORD.
Look at the splash page for the City of Toronto's website and you'll see that one of the scrolling photos is a very political "No more personal vehicle tax" banner and a photo of Ford next to a woman holding the mock licence plate "NO CAR TAX."
So our antennae twitched when we put "David Miller" and "mayor" into Google and the top result is: "City of Toronto: Mayor Ford's office".
Click on it and you are at Ford's official bio. Nowhere do the words "David Miller" appear. Nor are they among the keywords built into the page.
Maybe Google's algorithm elves code from the right?