Google Censors Google Questions at Google Answers

Jun 22, 2006 • 8:37 am | comments (0) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Other Google Topics
 

Danny digs deep into the censorship taking place at Google Answers. Basically, as I wrote yesterday at SEW, Google Pulls Question About Google From Google Answers. The question was, "What percentage of Google searches are contextual?" Google pulled it, the reason why they pulled it was initially unclear. Danny explains that we now know why.

Google officially disallows people to ask questions about the company because the researchers at Google Answers aren't Google employees.

Wow! You kidding me! As Danny said; "Freelance researchers are apparently qualified to answer questions about any other company in the world, but when it comes to Google, special treatment is required. Incredible." I cannot agree more.

The funny thing is that Danny posted this question, at Yahoo! Answers. "Why Shouldn't Google Answers Let People Ask Questions About Google?"

Forum discussion at Search Engine Watch Forums.

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