(James Pace-Cornsilk, Greg Bensinger/The Washington Post)
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Google maps changes disputed borders based on where you’re searching from
From Pakistan, the Kashmir region appears disputed. From India, it appears firmly under Indian control. Google Maps changes disputed borders based on the country a user is searching from, demonstrating its ability to bend information to its will.
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