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Comment: Re:Designed in US, Built in EU, Filled in Iraq (Score 0, Flamebait) 376

by EasyTarget (#48153567) Attached to: Pentagon Reportedly Hushed Up Chemical Weapons Finds In Iraq

...It's not clear if the contents of those weapons is still usable or whether ISIS has the technology to deploy them....

Oh so that's why the MIC and Fox are suddenly gushing this from their anus; they are trying to garner support for action against Isis. Pathetic.

Comment: Re:Because it sucks when you can't compete..... (Score 1) 96

by EasyTarget (#47860427) Attached to: European Commission Reopens Google Antitrust Investigation

so SEO for them is a combination of guesswork and research (costs which Google don't have to pay, incidentally).

Are you for real; SEO is a wankers activity that directly harms consumers. The more 'Expensive' Google make it, the better, 'cos I wont shed any tears if the whole SEO crowd end up homeless.
As for the rest of your drivel; google maps comes top of the list because it is the most popular destination for Google users. Which part of that is too hard for you to understand?

Comment: Re:Blaming Google (Score 4, Insightful) 239

by EasyTarget (#47371085) Attached to: Following EU Ruling, BBC Article Excluded From Google Searches

I don't know why the journalist is blaming Google for this ("So why has Google killed this example of my journalism?") when it's obvious they're not doing this voluntarily.

Because the people in charge are terrified of Google, the Internet, and their citizens use of it. So the BBC, kowtowing as usual to power, but still with enough journalistic testicles to make some form of protest, blames Google.. in the hope they can get away with it. Rather than pinning the blame on the corrupt shitpile of lawyers and wonks who forced Google to do this in a desperate attempt to make money the deciding factor in information control and suppression.

"What if" is a trademark of Hewlett Packard, so stop using it in your sentences without permission, or risk being sued.