Wednesday, March 11, 2009

A Google search as a background check?

In an article by David Margolick about the AutoAdmit case, one has the text:

A Google search is the new universal background check and is unfettered, unfiltered, and nearly impossible to appeal. But not to manipulate. To ensure that their calumnies topped the Google cache, AutoAdmit posters filed multiple slurs about both women—a practice known as Google bombing—to crowd out or shove down anything else.

At issue in the AuotAdmit case is Section 230(c) of the Communications Decency Act of 1996.

**Totally in passing IPBiz notes an interesting domain name:
(IP Address 212.184.215) for Bell Flavors & Fragrances Duft u. Aroma GmbH
[ISP Deutsche Telekom AG]

**63.88.112.# (STEPTOE & JOHNSON) is on


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