The argument is very convincing, and I strongly recommend you watch it, if you have not done so already.
It makes the argument that personalization on the web, which is growing and growing - is a form of censorship and we shouldn't have it in many cases.
So I ran a poll asking SEOs, who should fundamentally understand the reason and technical pieces of personalized search results, if they felt it was a form of censorship and 73% said yes, it is a form of censorship.
I asked: "Is Personalization A Form Of Censorship?"
- 73% said Yes 23% said No
- 4% said other
I believe I was part of the 23% this time.
Forum discussion continued at WebmasterWorld.
Note: This story was written earlier this week and scheduled to be published today.