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Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Google alternatives

Google's bend over for the Chicoms, gives all the appearance of having been done while saying "oh please" "oh please".

Dean's World has an interesting historical comparison.

The apartheid government in South Africa, in 1986 (i.e. 20 years ago today) asks internet search engines operating in South Africa to block any sites regarding anyone named Mandela, the African National Congress, the notion of democracy, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, or even the Declaration of Independence. Google rolls over like a cheap whore and says "Yes master! You're in charge!" and then tells the rest of us "hey, we're only complying with local laws and customs."

Read the whole thing, he includes several alternative search engines worth considering.


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