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Tinfinger funnier than Google

What some are seeing as Google's appeasement of totalitarianism by launching a censoredsearch engine for China is lampooned brilliantly by Paul Montgomery of Australian search company Tinfinger, in a mock press release:

GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - January 29, 2005 - Australian human search engine startup Tinfinger has announced that it is considering entering the highly lucrative market in the United States of American with its innovative technology, but has expressed concerns about that country's legal environment and how it could lead to compromising the company's strong moral stance.

Hilarious. Especially the "quotes" from well-known bloggers at the end.


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