Google not talking to cnet?



According to the tail end of this article, Google has decided they are not talking to CNET new reporters until July 2006. Yet another good example of why it’s a good thing to have competition in the online search market.

It seems they were upset about privacy concerns regarding this article, where private information about Google’s CEO was revealed. Imagine if there was a search monopoly? Would that search engine blacklist web pages of a news organization because they disagreed with them? Because they felt they had been wronged once?

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2 Responses to “Google not talking to cnet?”

  1. devloop :: blog Says:


    L’Affaire Google / CNET : C pas NET du tout !

    Dans un article récent, CNET a voulu démontrer que la vie privée de chacun pouvait être facilement dévoilée par une simple recherche sur le moteur de recherche Google.
    CNET a eu la mauvaise idée de prendre un exemple qui a fortement déplu à G…


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