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+ - Google heavily critizied for releasing new Bomb Gaza game->

Submitted by Meshach
Meshach (578918) writes "Google is being heavily critisized for releasing a game called "Bomb Gaza". Users play the part of Isreal and they drop bombs on terrorists and avoid civillians. The desctiption on the play store is as follows: “Terrorist cells are launching rockets into your country, do you have what it takes to protect your citizens?” A few users have complained but Google has been unavailable for comment."
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Comment: The committment was only for three years (Score 5, Interesting) 81

From the article:

Those rules were written in 2010 — and AT&T has pledged to abide by them for three years if its DirecTV purchase goes through — but were knocked down by a federal court in January.

Even if AT&T did abide by these rules in three years their commitment is over and they can do what they want.

Comment: Re:google doens't need to stir up dissent (Score 1) 74

by Meshach (#47385293) Attached to: Google Reinstating Some 'Forgotten' Links

People see this law for what it is, a way for the rich/politicians/scum to get rid of stories that make them look like the twats they are.

To be fair the idea is for results that are libelous or potentially (legally) damaging to a person to be removed. Making someone look like a twat is not to be removed (or at least should not be deleted). Google seems to be pushing the envelope on what they are removing to provoke resistance to the law in the hope of getting it changed.

Comment: Re:Influence? (Score 2) 231

An interesting study, but nothing about the rankings has anything to do with measuring being 'influential'.

I guess it is "influential" in the same way that Google news shows the most "influential" sites covering a significant story. Influential means "conforms most to the prevailing viewpoint" (at least in this case). These are the ones that the most people read and hence the most influential.

+ - Harvard Bomber Hoax Perpetrator Caught through Tor->

Submitted by Meshach
Meshach (578918) writes "The FBI has caught the student who called in a bomb threat on December 16. The student used a temporary anonymous email account routed through Tor but the FBI were able to trace it because it originated in the Harvard wireless network. He could face as long as five years in prison, three years of supervised release and a $250,000 fine if convicted."
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