The guy has a name. When you time the first 3-4 letters of the name, google autocompletes the name with a Crime word, which links to 10,000 entries about said crime. And the HR lady who is looking at this results thinks the guy is a criminal, so she puts his resume in the reject pile.
I don't see how that is Google's fault. That's the fault of stupid HR ladies who don't know how to do a proper search (i.e. finish typing the guy's name).
In Japan, people's names are 3-6 Kanji characters long, with last name first... and with so few unique last names, in order to be a criminal after a few characters entered, his name must be Yakuza.
Yet there is no mention of Bryan Adams.
What kind of a hoax is this?