Twitter unhappy about Google social search changes

Twitter has complained about changes made by Google to integrate its social network Google+ into search results.
The new feature, called Search plus Your World, will automatically push results from Google+ up the search rankings.
Tweeting on the news, Twitter’s lawyer Alex Macgillivray described it as a "bad day for the internet".
Google is determined to push its social network in the face of continued rivalry with Facebook.
The current changes were about even greater personalisation, it said. It already includes personal search history in its search algorithms.
The three changes are:
Personal Results – which enable users to find information such as Google+ photos and posts, both their own and those shared specifically with them, that only they will be able to see on their results pages
Profiles in Search – both in autocomplete and results, users will be able to find people they are close to or might be interested in following
People and Pages – helps users find people profiles and Google+ pages related to a specific topic or area of interest, and enable people to follow them with just a few clicks.
"Search is pretty amazing at finding that one needle in a haystack of billions of webpages, images, videos, news and much more," said Amit Singhal in the firm’s official blog.
"But clearly, that isn’t enough. You should also be able to find your own stuff on the web, the people you know and things they’ve shared with you, as well as the people you don’t know but might want to… all from one search box," he added.