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  1. Bing Denies Censoring Search Results, Blames 'Glitch'

    For example, for the search term "达赖喇嘛" (Dalai Lama), GreatFire found that results displayed on Bing's Chinese and international sites were heavily censored, with no notice of the censorship on either the U.S.or international search results.

  2. Obama’s Google+ Hangout: Google Angers Potheads, President Won’t Dance a Jig

    Though it may have been a first for the White House, celeb hangouts have been a mainstay in Google’s Plus marketing strategy; previous hangouts they’ve promoted heavily featured the Black Eyed Peas, Felicia Day, and even the Dalai Lama with...

  3. Holy Google+ Hangout Features Dalai Lama, Archbishop Tutu

    The Dalai Lama and retired Archbishop Desmond Tutu held a Google+ Hangout. The exiled leader of Tibetan Buddhism used Google Hangout to connect with Tutu on his 80th birthday when the South African government denied the Dalai Lama a visa to enter...

  4. Twitter’s Infusion of Cash Means 100M Active Users, Less Fail Whale, More Ads

    More than 40 percent of top global religious leaders are on Twitter, including the Dalai Lama and the Pope. Twitter has reached a significant milestone: 100 million active users (those who sign in at least once a month) converse or simply listen on...

  5. Snoop Dogg Tries Tweeting His Way to C-Level J.O.B. with Yahoo

    Holy Google+ Hangout Features Dalai Lama, Archbishop Tutu Rap superstar Snoop Dogg wants a piece of the newly available CEO action over at Yahoo. Shortly after Carol Bartz was unceremoniously fired over the phone, Snoop tweeted, “Im takn over as...

  6. 6 #Winning Strategies @CharlieSheen Used To Get 2.2 Million #Tigerblood Followers

    Holy Google+ Hangout Features Dalai Lama, Archbishop Tutu With Sheen's recent termination at Warner Brothers, he created an internship listing to manage his social media campaigns and is also working to join the celebrities to endorse products...

  7. BusinessWeek Article Offers Look at Net Censorship in China

    As Skype moves into the China market (in a partnership with TOM) words and phrases like "Falun Gong" and "Dalai Lama" and others deemed offensive will be filtered from a conversation. The BusinessWeek article: The Great Firewall of China, by Ben...