Don't encourage the endangering of other childrens health through a known problem (measels) because a liar (many liars in fact) tricked you into blaming the vaccinations.
Make no mistake: I am on no anti vaccination crusade. I never heard of this doctor (Wakefield) prior to today. I'm a lurker here and I just droped a few words. Take it for what it is: a testimony. I am not here to convince anyone. -- My personal *feeling*, so far, is that nothing gives a kid autism (it is already in him/her, from even before birth), BUT certain things help developping autistic misbehaviors (more or less badly) and vaccines are one of them. Again, I am no scientist - what I write is just a *feeling*, fed by what I understand from doctors' explanations.
...Twitter France (if it exists)...
It does. See: http://www.societe.com/societe/twitter-france-sas-789305596.html but all that is irrelevant. We're talking American interests versus other interests. Juridication and moral issues don't play a role here. It's about who can impose his views and who can't.
Free decided to block Google ads automatically for all its customers in retaliation.
More precisely: they installed some "adblock" filter as an opt-out service. Then they canged it and they made it an opt-in service. One way or another it's the same idea: the customers of Free (I am one of them) now decide if they want to get Google ads - or not.
If I were Google, I'd prefer to pull the plug on all of France...
If you're google.com you can do that and you won't quite notice. But if you're google.fr
Two wrights don't make a rong, they make an airplane. Or bicycles.