3rd party services (such as Google) are off topic on this site. Speaking of them is stated clearly as one of the reasons available for closing a question. See: https://wordpress.stackexchange.com/help/on-topic
But.. a simple search shows a number which cannot be ignored: site:stackexchange.com "google" => 1.490.000 results site:wordpress.stackexchange.com "google" => 43.600 results
Often, in every branch of the human society, rules are there and no one is applying them.
Rules are a simplified model of the reality (a psychologist would explain it better).
Rules don't fit the real world, but we need them. Rules pretend something to be black or white, fair or not, the world is more complex. If someone doesn't agree with this point there is no need to reinvent the wheel. He can go and study. Just ask me for some books to read.
The point is: how do we deal with this facts? Should we blame who speak of Google and really go closing all the question which are speaking of 3rd parties?
Should we ignore my question?
Should we edit the "on-topic" section of the help taking the facts into account?
I'm just a guest here. Which solution are you going to choose?