__/ [Mikkel Moldrup-Lakjer] on Friday 28 October 2005 15:48 \__
> Davémon wrote:
>> As far as I know they don't ban white supremacy or pro-life, and
>> generally don't ban websites unless not doing so denies them a huge
>> market, like China. But if you've got evidence to the contrary I'd
>> really like to see it.
> I remember a Wiki that said something about google and anti-semitism.
> Something about Google trying to explain their SERPs.
> Yes, here it is:
> Even though the SERP is an embarassment to Google, they don't want to
> manually tweak the SERP.
> Seems like a wise decision in the long run. If they started to act
> publically on individual complaints, who knows how many requests they
> would get.
...or who knows how many apologetic page they would wind up composing...
Such as this one:
Controlling information directly or indirectly is a burden and Google will
have to find a way to serve people's requirement for information without
being portrayed as evil. It'll get worse, I promise you...
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