If Murdoch was really serious he would ban all search engine scanning on all of his sites.
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The answer is to boycott Blu-Ray all together.
This proves rankings such as these are complete garbage.
I think it's the Chinese government that are lying.
Attack the RIAA at every opportunity!
I prefer free software rather than Microsoft's expensive products!
This could apply not just to Google, but also to Yahoo, MSN, etc. as well as sites and email messages that link to or have within them copyrighted material. This could wind up having a great chilling effect on the entire net.
Seems like some linux fanboy site referenced this article, and all the gay linux trolls came out of the woods immediately.
The people that wrote this report are complete idiots! The logical extension of their argument would mean banning all cell phones and iPods.
Linux simply isn't ready for the mainstream consumer market. Few hardware devices and peripherals come with Linux software and drivers. People shouldn't have to search the Internet for drivers. All Linux consumer applications should come with easy to use installers which will work with all of the major Linux distros. People should never have to install drivers and software from a command line unless they want to. I sometimes use Linux, but it's not my primary or secondary operating system.
This is censorship Nazi style.
Patent trolls raise the cost of products without any benefit to consumers.
I'll stick to buying used classic PC games. These idiots aren't getting a dime from me!
Attack censorship in every way at every turn!