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Re: When a Picture Is Worth 1,000 Complaints
Posted by: Renay San Miguel 2009-11-25 13:59:55
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A manipulated image of Michelle Obama that drew headlines and controversy when it became the first result users saw when performing a Google Image search for the First Lady was pulled down Wednesday -- but not by Google. While the picture may have disappeared, questions about Google's response to so-called Googlebombs remain for the company. The image, which was originally displayed on a blog, was doctored to make Obama's face appear ape-like, drawing massive criticism and demands that Google cease displaying it in its Image Search engine.

For the sake of Mistake
Posted by: azharkadri 2009-12-06 22:34:51 In reply to: Renay San Miguel
Completely agree with the statement of Mr. Krishnan
dont sell for the sake of selling.

Sell for the sake of completing the needs of customer

Mohammed Azharuddin
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