>> They would say that, wouldn't they? Personally, I think that returning
> results which are deliberately different from what the domain owners have
> specified is evil, full stop.
>> Is there a google statment responding to this anywhere. OpenDNS seem to be
accusing google of being evil ( albeit in not so many words ).
Once my boss at work, decided I was using google too much, and decided to
try to block google, by pointing *.google.com to 127.0.0.1 on our local DNS
server. He realised he was fighting a losing battle, when I opened google.ie
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