The Simpsons, the classic animated TV show about a family of superheroes, is set to be banned from Google searches in the UK, following a petition by users to the site’s developer, Google.
The ban follows a petition from a number of people who claimed they had used the show in an inappropriate manner.
“The Simpsons has been removed from Google search results in the United Kingdom because it is a parody of The Simpsons,” the petition said.
Google, however, said it had no control over the content of the search results.
A spokesperson for the company said it was investigating the petition and had no immediate comment.
Some of the petitions have been signed by thousands of people, while others have been a handful of people.
There is no evidence that Google has been unfairly targeting or discriminating against the show.
Last year, the US government ruled that the show, which aired on Fox from 1994 to 2006, violated the First Amendment.
In May, a number other countries, including the United States, were reported to have banned the show after it was shown in Russia.
Fox’s Simpsons will continue to be used in its original form until January 2023, the day when it becomes available on Google’s search engine.