Google search for travel in New Jersey and California can result in alerts to banish you from the area, as Google says it has done in other states.
The search term is travel ban in New york, and the alert appears on a search bar under the search terms.
The search is the first step of the banishment process.
You can also check out a list of places that have been blocked by Google search.
A Google spokesperson said the ban is an emergency measure to protect Americans.
The company did not say when the ban was enacted or if it was lifted.
The ban has been in effect for five days, according to Google.
The ban is not the first time Google has restricted searches in New Zealand.
In January, Google announced that New Zealand’s search engine would no longer index the word “hundreds” as the country’s official currency, but that it would continue to index “hundreds” as its official currency.
Google also has a search ban for people with “languages other than English,” which can result a banishment from the United States if they do not have a working language.