Europe 1: The query about bedbugs has become one of the most popular queries on Google in France
PARIS, December 11 – RIA Novosti. The question of how to find out if there are bedbugs in the house has become one of the most popular Google search queries among French residents in 2023, at a time when the pests are actively spreading in the country, the radio station reported on Monday Europe 1referring to the search engine’s upcoming annual report.
“Among the most frequently searched (online) topics this year is ‘How do you know if you have bedbugs in your home?'” the station reported. ‘Definition of vote of confidence’ and ‘What is 49.3?’ “It is located,” he said.
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The last two demands stem from Prime Minister Elisabeth Bourne’s repeated use of Article 49.3 of the constitution, which allows legislation to be passed without a vote in parliament. At the beginning of December, Born used this clause for the 20th time to pass the social security budget bill. Before that, he used it to push through pension reform, which caused six months of massive protests across the country. In this context, many votes of no confidence were submitted to the French prime minister.
Judging by Google queries, former Prime Minister Edouard Philippe and actress Brigitte Bardot attracted the greatest attention of the French after the broadcast of the series about them. At the same time, residents of France actively Googled British-French singer and actress Jane Birkin, who died in July, as well as American actor Matthew Perry, known for the series “Friends”, who eventually died. According to the Europe 1 report dated October, popular queries include artificial intelligence and the ChatGPT chatbot, sports, especially football and rugby, as well as everyday topics such as a chocolate cake recipe, the radio station reported.
In recent months, there has been an active spread of bedbugs in France. Insects are found not only in the homes of ordinary residents, but also in hospitals, cinemas, libraries and public transport. According to Anses, bedbugs have infiltrated one in ten homes in France in the last few years. The French spent 230 million euros a year to get rid of parasites between 2017 and 2022.
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