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  1. Google Sued by Germany’s Former First Lady for Prostitution-Related Search Suggestions

    In another case, an Argentina court ruled Google must censor anti-Semitic search results. This time, Germany’s former First Lady, Bettina Wulff, is taking the search giant to court. Google refuses to remove defamatory autocomplete suggestions that...

  2. Argentina Court: Google Must Censor Anti-Semitic Search Results, Suggestions

    Google must stop suggesting searches that lead users to anti-Semitic websites and scrub its search results pages of 76 "highly discriminatory" sites now that a judge has granted a request by Jewish community organization DAIA in Argentina.

  3. Does Google Allow Good Google Bombs?

    One highly-charged example is the case of Jew Watch News, an anti-semitic hate site that managed to get top ranking for the query "Jew. Several Jewish and anti-defamation groups joined together in a coordinated Google bombing campaign to push that...

  4. Obama Photo Worth 1000 Keywords? Or Less?

    They'll likely find his anti-Semitic remarks and Elijah Mohammed's relationship with Malcolm X. You know which one. Obama photo. Somalia. Turban. Kenya. African dress. Keywords in search engine wargames played by presidential candidates.

  5. Clipblast! Releases List of Top Video Searches in 2006

    Mel Gibson – the actor and director got a prolonged and not-too-flattering close-up after his July arrest and anti-Semitic tirade. Clipblast.com, which can be classified as a meta search engine that searches for online videos in 'real-time...

  6. Google IPO To Happen, Files For Public Offering

    The company even addresses the issue of privacy concerns about its Gmail system or the controversy over anti-Semitic site ranking at the top of its results for the word "jew" might hurt its brand. As many expected, Google filed to go public today.

  7. Google In Controversy Over Top-Ranking For Anti-Jewish Site

    The explanation also implies that because the word "jew" is often used in an anti-Semitic context, this had caused Google's automated ranking system to rank Jew Watch -- apparently an anti-Semitic web site -- number one for the query.