On 28 Aug 2008, at 00:27, Rory Browne wrote:
>>>> They would say that, wouldn't they? Personally, I think that
>> 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
Wow - stay away from that idiot's hair or you might get hurt. He
wanted to stop you using what is no doubt one of the tools you use
most to do your job? Very clever.
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