A Google search engine is being used by the Israeli army to check that Palestinians who are being detained are not terrorists.
According to an article published on Wednesday by the online publication Haaretz, the search engine was used by Israeli police to check whether the detained Palestinians were not terrorists or had been involved in a violent incident.
According the article, a search engine called Google Translate was used to check the identity of the Palestinians detained in the West Bank city of Hebron.
Google has been criticized by the Palestinian government for using its services to monitor Palestinians.
In 2015, Israel imposed restrictions on the use of Google Translator, the free tool that allows the user to translate text into Hebrew, Arabic and other languages.
The Israeli government also restricts access to Google Translated versions of articles on the internet.
Google Translators have not been used in Palestinian-controlled territory since 2014, when Israeli forces kidnapped more than 200 Palestinians and forced them into camps.
In March, the Israeli Supreme Court ruled that the restrictions on Google Translations were unconstitutional, calling the system a violation of the right to freedom of expression.
The Supreme Court has ruled in other cases, including the 2014 murder of Palestinian journalist Ziad Abu Ghadeer.
Israel has long been criticized for its alleged use of the Google Translation system, and some observers have called for its abolition.
A Google spokesperson told The Jerusalem Times in an email on Wednesday that the company is working to improve the security of its services.
“We use a variety of technologies to help us build the most effective, reliable, and trustworthy solutions,” the spokesperson said.