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  • Google celebrates Earth Day 2013 with an animated doodle

    04/21/2013 11:58:36 PM PDT · by dr_lew · 19 replies
    The Times of India ^ | 4/22/2013 | none cited
    NEW DELHI: Google on Monday came out with an animated doodle to celebrate the 43rd anniversary of the Earth Day.
  • Scroogle has been blocked!

    05/10/2010 10:54:33 PM PDT · by Chances Are · 51 replies · 3,671+ views
    Scroogle Home Page ^ | May 10, 2010 | Daniel Brandt
    From Scroogle (enter a search term, hit enter, and this is the message you'll see....) We regret to announce that our Google scraper may have to be permanently retired, thanks to a change at Google. It depends on whether Google is willing to restore the simple interface that we've been scraping since Scroogle started five years ago. Actually, we've been using that interface for scraping since Google-Watch.org began in 2002. This interface was remarkably stable all that time. During those eight years there were only about five changes that required some programming adjustments. Also, this interface was available at every...
  • Google 'censors its website so anti-Islam searches fail to appear'

    01/11/2010 8:45:15 AM PST · by FreeManWhoCan · 25 replies · 772+ views
    Daily Mail UK ^ | 12:34 AM on 11th January 2010 | Neil Millard
    Search engine Google has been accused of censoring its results after users discovered it never suggests search terms when it comes to Islam. In a time-saving feature the internet phenomenon, whose motto is 'don't be evil', helpfully suggests common searches as people type in what they are looking for. For example, if you type in 'Christianity is' in the search bar a whole range of options flash up including controversial suggestions such as 'Christianity is fake' and 'Christianity is a cult'. Google Google has been accused of censoring offensive searches relating to Islam But anyone typing in a similar phrase...
  • Google Recruiter: Company Kept 'Do Not Touch' in Hiring List

    06/05/2009 11:02:12 AM PDT · by nickcarraway · 7 replies · 721+ views
    San Jose Mercury News ^ | 06/04/2009 | Steve Johnson, Elise Ackerman and Sue McAllister
    A recruiter who left Google last year says that the company had maintained a "do not touch" list of companies including Genentech and Yahoo, whose employees were not to be wooed to the Internet search giant. That revelation could be significant in light of this week's disclosure that the U.S. Justice Department is investigating whether Google, Yahoo, Apple, Genentech and other tech companies conspired to keep others from stealing their top talent. Although Google declined to comment on the list or other aspects of the investigation, Palo Alto attorney Gary Reback, who has been involved in a number of high-profile...
  • Doodle 4 Google

    05/11/2009 11:58:49 AM PDT · by DigitalVideoDude · 13 replies · 1,133+ views
    Google ^ | May 11, 2009 | Google
    What I Wish For The World … we use plants for electricity … we make college free for everyone … we give health insurance to all who need it … we connect everyone by cell phone or computer Welcome to Doodle 4 Google, a competition where we invite K-12 students to play around with our homepage logo and see what new designs they come up with. This year we're inviting U.S. kids to join in the doodling fun, around the intriguing theme "What I Wish for the World."
  • Google’s Rainbow-colored Results for "Gay"

    06/17/2008 12:35:21 PM PDT · by John Jorsett · 21 replies · 254+ views
    Google Blogoscoped ^ | June 17, 2008
    When you search Google for gay, you will see special rainbow colors next to the AdWords ads to the right side. Rainbow colors are a globally recognized gay symbol and there’s Pride Week coming up. On a related note, Google also sometimes dresses up AdWords for holidays, and they’ve also had their own wagons at gay parades before. Within Google, gay employees call themselves “gayglers.”
  • This Day In History: An Open Letter to Google

    06/08/2008 8:44:31 AM PDT · by Nasty McPhilthy · 8 replies · 165+ views
    The People's Cube ^ | 6/7/2008, 1:37 pm | By Red Square
    Dear Google comrades Sergei and Larry! The Party looks kindly at your attempts to correct and improve history by unobtrusively modifying the Google logo on notable calendar dates. For years you have zealously informed the masses about progressive and useful events like Earth Day or Earth Hour, while purposefully ignoring Memorial Day (no logo change on this reactionary American holiday). Most recently, you enlightened the unwashed about the Spanish artist Velázquez on June 6 without mentioning the Allied Invasion of Normandy on D-Day, a celebration of which would indeed be offensive to National Socialists. ~ The time is ripe for...
  • MSM Doesn’t Care About Google’s Pro-Jihadi Censorship

    11/06/2007 2:20:41 PM PST · by vadum · 31 replies · 1,109+ views
    Newsbusters ^ | November 2, 2007 | Matthew Vadum
    As Islamic scholar Robert Spencer can tell you, the mainstream media has barely noticed that Google, the Internet search engine giant, is now deciding for its users which ideas are acceptable and which are not. It’s never been a secret that Google leans left and won’t tolerate ideas it doesn’t agree with. The company hired global warming profiteer Al Gore as senior advisor and has a history of purging content based on ideology. More evidence of the company’s thinly-veiled, warm and fuzzy politically correct authoritarianism keeps popping up. Now Google Video has suppressed a video of a speech that Spencer,...
  • Google bans Anti-MoveOn.Org Ads(Heil Hillary-No Dissent Will Be Tolerated!)

    10/11/2007 9:22:05 AM PDT · by tcrlaf · 47 replies · 1,793+ views
    The Examiner ^ | 10-11-07 | Robert Cox
    WASHINGTON- Internet giant Google has banned advertisements critical of MoveOn.org, the far-left advocacy group that caused a national uproar last month when it received preferential treatment from The New York Times for its “General Betray Us” message. The ads banned by Google were placed by a firm working for Republican Sen. Susan Collins’ re-election campaign. Collins is seeking her third term. Earlier this week, Google told Lance Dutson, president of Maine Coast Designs, that the ads he placed for Collins had been removed and would not be allowed to resume because they violated Google’s trademark policy. Google’s Web site states,...
  • Disgusted with Google

    08/04/2006 2:32:02 PM PDT · by DogBarkTree · 66 replies · 6,905+ views
    Google ^ | 8/4/06 | Vanity
    I really try to avoid vanity posting but in this case I have to. I watched with fascination the documentary Obsession on Google video. The documentary about the Islamic war on the West quickly moved up the most viewed and rated films until it was removed by Google. I wonder if there is a connection that it was replaced with a Moonbat film titled 911 Cover Up which is now rated as #4 on the list. There is something very wrong here that people need to know. Below are the inks to Google's video home page and to the disgusting...
  • Who hosts your blog?

    05/24/2006 10:04:27 PM PDT · by Yehuda · 8 replies · 309+ views
    self | 05/25/06 | Yehuda
    After reading how Google has been de-linking some Conservative opinion sites from "Google News" (Google claimed that articles linking islamifascism with terrorism were "hatespeech") I am now thinking that I should move my blogs from Blogspot (owned by Google). Anyone have any suggestions on blog hosting alternatives that aren't likely to censor conservative blogs (or rat out readers to the Chicomm State Security)? I can do basic HTML (links, images) and can handle FTP if necessary. TIA - Y
  • Google News Now Updates to Democratic Underground website as 'news'.

    05/07/2005 5:30:23 AM PDT · by gobucks · 166 replies · 3,739+ views
    Google News Search ^ | 6 May 2005 | gobucks
    Proof that Google is increasingly undergoing preferential linkages to Democrats was discovered this morning. Why is FreeRepublic not linked by Google News, but the "Democratic Underground Website" is? Just curious as to why we don't make 'news', but they do. If you do a search this morning on Google News on God Darwin Schools, you'll find 'Darwin's Lament', an utterly vapid discourse that is not worth even reading. But I have never seen Google New link to us...
  • GOOGLE's Anti-Conservative Agenda

    05/03/2005 11:33:07 AM PDT · by Bob J · 132 replies · 6,838+ views
    RightMarch ^ | 5-3-05 | Bill Greene
    This CONSERVATIVE ALERT is a special message for Bob Johnson from RightMarch.com: ALERT: Do you think we have a hard time fighting against the left-wing bias of the liberal mainstream media? Well you're right -- but it's worse than you thought. Now, it turns out the people running the big search engines are liberally biased, too -- and they're CENSORING conservative search ad results! Specifically, we're talking about the biggest search engine: GOOGLE. Everyone uses Google. It's even a verb now -- "I'll Google that to find out." But it's also an advertising vehicle -- you can pay Google money,...
  • Missing in Action: Google Veterans Day Logo

    11/11/2004 7:12:59 AM PST · by antaresequity · 42 replies · 5,038+ views
    Google Missing In Action ^ | 11 November 2004 | Me
    Todays Logo from Google Conspicuously absent from Google is a special logo for Veterans Day. Google has a long history of opposing firearms and supporting left wing causes. Google also cherry picks its side bar advertising with a left wing bias.Do a search on Bush and then Kerry and see for yourself. Shame on Google. Google Special Logos Here Google has managed to craft special logos for Bastille Day (screw France), Earth Day, Canada Day, MLK day, a host of left wing artists and more... Happy Veterans Day: I send my heartfelt thanks to all United States veterans for all...
  • Someone at the SEC Reads Playboy for the Articles!

    08/17/2004 10:46:58 AM PDT · by Che Chihuahua · 5 replies · 588+ views
    The Economist .com ^ | Aug 16th 2004 | Economist Global Agenda Staff
    It looked like Google’s stockmarket flotation might be derailed at the last minute by an interview in Playboy magazine that seemed to contravene listing rules. However, the Securities and Exchange Commission has reportedly given it the go-ahead, and the search-engine company could be valued at as much as $36 billion when its shares start trading later this week. Is it worth anything like that? GOOGLE’S founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, have always had an air of niceness about them: after all, Google was the first company to promise “not to be evil” in the prospectus for its initial public...
  • Google bans Christian ad: Anti-homosexual remarks considered 'hate' content

    08/16/2004 11:22:23 PM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 25 replies · 823+ views
    WorldNetDaily.com ^ | Tuesday, August 17, 2004 | By Ron Strom
    <p>Google has banned a Christian organization's advertisements promoting its stance against homosexuality, saying the group promotes "hate."</p> <p>Stand to Reason, a nonprofit apologetics organization, says its "AdWord" advertisement on Google recently was pulled down. Specific AdWord ads are listed in the right-hand margin of search results on the popular site when key words an advertiser submits match with those put in by a Net user. A company promoting hats, for example, could have their site displayed when a user searches for information about hats.</p>