Yes, in many ways I trust Google but I must hasten to say not with my personal information. Vaidhyanathan argues that, “we trust google with our personal info and preferences” which I believe is true. The author says vast troves of data are open to the public. Data such as demographics, public health, traffic patterns, energy consumption and family income. This data may be the leading cause why there is so much trust in Google.
The author also speaks about visual organization. In that data is organize in a way people think about it. For example, drop down menu presents choices, there are icons for related subject categories and colorful graphics and short sentences. Data that is this easily accessible on any search engine, including Google in my estimation will be deem trustworthy.