On Saturday, Google Maps users who typed “Trump Tower” into the service discovered that the President-elect’s famous building had been renamed simply “Dump Tower.”
“Google is passive-aggressively awesome,” wrote one user along with a screen shot. “#NotMyPresident.”
Pix11 reported on the result, which has since been “fixed.”
“Some inappropriate names were surfacing in Google Maps that should not be, and we apologize for any offense this may have caused. Our teams immediately took action and have fixed the issue,” a Google spokesperson told the news station.
It’s entirely possible it wasn’t someone from Google who made the swap. As Pix11 notes, “While Google regularly updates their maps, the time it takes to update and refresh location names varies, according to Google. Map data is aggregated from third-party providers, public sources and user contributions, which helps to create a comprehensive and updated map at all times.”
While this passive-aggressive awesomeness was short-lived, we would remind you that the First Amendment entitles you to call Dump Tower pretty much any name you’d like.
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