Google Censors Islam Search Term

The story broke a few days ago about Google censoring the search term Islam.  I just tried the search shown in the video, and it is still going on.

7 thoughts on “Google Censors Islam Search Term”

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  2. Why would anyone be surprised:

    GOOGLE is a lap dog for Obummer and the Democrats

    They helped get democrats elected, the payoff, Google now
    wants to control the ENERGY. ENRON is back, it just has
    a new name, GOOGLE DEMOCRATS,

    Google is a search engine, an advertising company and now a cellphone maker.
    But a green energy company?
    YES
    GOOGLE IT and read how they are being paid off for electing
    the Democrats.

  3. I never have and never will use Google for anything. You are right, Nancy, they can’t be trusted. They keep records of everything and have a list that is available to the DNC and the White House (so I’ve been told) making it easier for the Obamabots to keep track of those of us who would like to save our country from the disaster that is facing her.

    You may as well send a cc of every Email that you send or every comment you make on a blog.

  4. The problem is, most people don’t even realize they have Google crap on their computers. Windows Vista comes with a Google sidebar pre-installed on most machines (you can remove it and use the Vista sidebar if you’re aware of it). Internet Explorer comes with Bing as the default search tool now, but guess who the number 2 option is if you customize? Google Toolbar and Google desktop are included with just about any common download (Adobe Reader, Java, Flash, Quicktime, I-Tunes, free anti virus softwares, etc.).

    You may thin you’re Google-free, but chances are that unless you’re a computer geek you probably aren’t.

  5. Write them a letter, drop by their offices, fax them or call them up and tell them what you think personally.

    Google Inc.
    1600 Amphitheatre Parkway
    Mountain View, CA 94043
    Phone: +1 650-253-0000
    Fax: +1 650-253-0001

    And then, remove all their applications and search with someone else.

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