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Care to share where you heard that google supports nazis? I would like to
see this for myself please.


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    Bluegenie2 wrote:
    > Care to share where you heard that google supports nazis? I would like to
    > see this for myself please.
    >
    >


    I found exactly the opposite, but I believe this is what he was talking
    about:

    http://www.internetnews.com/xSP/article.php/3492361

    Ironically, I googled it.


    --
    Ruhiel
    "We could learn a lot from crayons: some are sharp, some are
    pretty, some are dull, some have weird names, and all are
    different colors... but they all exist very nicely in the same
    box."
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    Thank you very much for that.
    I tried googling for it, but wasn't too patient :)
    Doesn't it feel a bit like McCarthy-ism time again tho?
    We are all just shades of tan after all :)

    "Ruhiel" <ruhiel@insightbb.com> wrote in message
    news:Ovp0e.100046$Ze3.33116@attbi_s51...
    > Bluegenie2 wrote:
    > > Care to share where you heard that google supports nazis? I would like
    to
    > > see this for myself please.
    > >
    > >
    >
    >
    > I found exactly the opposite, but I believe this is what he was talking
    > about:
    >
    > http://www.internetnews.com/xSP/article.php/3492361
    >
    > Ironically, I googled it.
    >
    >
    > --
    > Ruhiel
    > "We could learn a lot from crayons: some are sharp, some are
    > pretty, some are dull, some have weird names, and all are
    > different colors... but they all exist very nicely in the same
    > box."
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    On Wed, 23 Mar 2005, Bluegenie2 wrote:

    > Care to share where you heard that google supports nazis?

    He never said so. The exact quote is:

    >> Some people also happen to be boycotting Google, since they consider
    >> Nazis to be valid sources of "news"."

    Translate as "Some people do not use Google because Google filters Nazi
    and other sites."

    (See also <http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/filtering/google/results1.html>.)

    --
    Philipp Lucas
    phlucas@online-club.de
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    On Thu, 24 Mar 2005, Philipp Lucas wrote:
    > On Wed, 23 Mar 2005, Bluegenie2 wrote:
    > > Care to share where you heard that google supports nazis?
    > He never said so.

    Come to think of, maybe I'm wrong.

    > >> Some people also happen to be boycotting Google, since they consider
    > >> Nazis to be valid sources of "news"."

    I assumed "they" to stand for "Some people", but it may indeed refer to
    Google.

    --
    Philipp Lucas
    phlucas@online-club.de
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    "Philipp Lucas" <phlucas@online-club.de> wrote in message
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    > On Thu, 24 Mar 2005, Philipp Lucas wrote:
    > > On Wed, 23 Mar 2005, Bluegenie2 wrote:
    > > > Care to share where you heard that google supports nazis?
    > > He never said so.
    >
    > Come to think of, maybe I'm wrong.
    >
    > > >> Some people also happen to be boycotting Google, since they consider
    > > >> Nazis to be valid sources of "news"."
    >
    > I assumed "they" to stand for "Some people", but it may indeed refer to
    > Google.
    >
    > --

    :)
    That is what I assumed. When he said my reply was offensive, that clued me
    in that the 'they' was google.

    Just for the record, my original reply may have seemed unuseful but the
    person had already asked once for gothic and gotten no reply, so at least I
    replied to this one. And look what happened, lol.
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    "Bluegenie2" <me@fuil.com> wrote in message
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    >>
    >> " One could argue that Google is merely being responsive to its audience
    > (or
    >> at least a vocal part of its audience)."
    >>
    >> That, is the important bit.
    >>
    >> Granny.
    >
    > But it looked like, to me, that Google was responding to negative
    > feedback,
    > instead of really allowing different points of view. But that is just me.
    >
    Absolutely right.
    A second group was imposing its views or beliefs on a wider mass of people
    through censorship.

    The next step is what is the first group going to do now?

    Granny
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    "Madame Mim" <mad.mim@S.P.A.M.bigpond.net.au> wrote in message
    news:Aey0e.10168$C7.9630@news-server.bigpond.net.au...
    > The Muppet Show was banned in some middle east countries because of Miss
    > Piggy (unclean animal).
    >
    > On the other hand I saw an 'interesting' proposition in a TV show the
    > other
    > day - paedophilia is merely another misunderstood and unfairly suppressed
    > sexual preference - much as homosexuality once was.

    It is a matter of informed consent. 8((((
    The laughable argument that if a person is over the age of (say) sixteen,
    then they know what they are doing.
    >
    > Censorship is wrong and all, but we do it to children when we limit their
    > viewing to protect them. The problem is, and always will be, where do we
    > draw the line? and Who gets to draw it?
    >

    Just so.
    I will stick my neck out and say i would rather live in a world with no
    censorship, than a world where anyone with a complaint can draw a new line.

    This for adults, naturally.

    Granny.
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    "Bluegenie2" <me@fuil.com> wrote in message
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    >
    >
    > Just for the record, my original reply may have seemed unuseful but the
    > person had already asked once for gothic and gotten no reply, so at least
    > I
    > replied to this one. And look what happened, lol.
    >
    >
    8))))) Well if people WILL ask questions about racial groups....
    I mean, apart from the cathedrals, what have the Goths ever done for us?

    Granny - scurrying away.
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    Granny Crabapple wrote:
    > "Bluegenie2" <me@fuil.com> wrote in message
    > news:rqydnag2m7iPO9_fRVn-2w@comcast.com...
    >
    >>
    >>Just for the record, my original reply may have seemed unuseful but the
    >>person had already asked once for gothic and gotten no reply, so at least
    >>I
    >>replied to this one. And look what happened, lol.
    >>
    >>
    >
    > 8))))) Well if people WILL ask questions about racial groups....
    > I mean, apart from the cathedrals, what have the Goths ever done for us?
    >
    > Granny - scurrying away.
    >
    >

    Just the erosion of the Roman empire... And then of course their
    descendants/relatives started the Holy Roman Empire, and ...

    Oh, you didn't want a real answer.

    Never mind.

    -georg
    some of my good friends are Goths.
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    Bluegenie2 wrote:
    > Care to share where you heard that google supports nazis? I would like to
    > see this for myself please.
    >
    >
    I think it's very interesting to see that people are basing their
    opinions on the idea that google is either "right" or "wrong" to do
    this. I have never seen a law stating that a search engine has to search
    "every" page or use "every" possible news source. While it may often be
    in their best interest to do so, it won't ALWAYS be the case. Many
    private companies, most notably eBay, censor their own sales,
    disallowing sales of Nazi-related ephemera and items that are blatantly
    race and racist, with listings automatically deleted for using what they
    consider to be derogatory racial terms. google is NOT owned by the
    government, and so they can essentially refuse to "serve" these sites.


    Google is NOT prohibiting the National Socialists (NAZI) from expressing
    their point of view, and people are free to use another search engine in
    order to find them, should they desire to do so.

    Simply having one's site listed on the popular search engine du jour is
    NOT an inalieable human right.

    ~SL
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    Bluegenie2 wrote:
    > Thank you very much for that.
    > I tried googling for it, but wasn't too patient :)

    "google nazis"

    :)

    --
    Ruhiel
    I'm on a low-fat, high stress diet .... coffee and fingernails.
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    "Lerren" <anaximander@gmail.com> wrote in message
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    > Bluegenie2 wrote:
    >> Care to share where you heard that google supports nazis? I would like
    >> to
    >> see this for myself please.
    >>
    >>
    > I think it's very interesting to see that people are basing their
    > opinions on the idea that google is either "right" or "wrong" to do this.
    > I have never seen a law stating that a search engine has to search "every"
    > page or use "every" possible news source. While it may often be in their
    > best interest to do so, it won't ALWAYS be the case. Many private
    > companies, most notably eBay, censor their own sales, disallowing sales of
    > Nazi-related ephemera and items that are blatantly race and racist, with
    > listings automatically deleted for using what they consider to be
    > derogatory racial terms. google is NOT owned by the government, and so
    > they can essentially refuse to "serve" these sites.
    >
    >
    > Google is NOT prohibiting the National Socialists (NAZI) from expressing
    > their point of view, and people are free to use another search engine in
    > order to find them, should they desire to do so.
    >
    > Simply having one's site listed on the popular search engine du jour is
    > NOT an inalieable human right.
    >
    > ~SL


    Lerren you are my hero.
    If there was a way to agree with you more than 100%, I would.
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