• http://www.gamerstube.com Joe Youngblood

    i can see nations wanting to seek regulation of the search market, not censorship (ala China, which Google was happy to comply with for a time) but regulation to keep the field competitive and to keep search engines accountable.

  • http://www.gamerstube.com Joe Youngblood

    here’s a thought. maybe somehow require a browsers default tab open up initially on a page that randomly lists search providers websites (by logo maybe?) within a nation. this would give upstart search engines more exposure while allowing the user to set a default page after the first load.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Biggie-Smallz/100002311346508 Biggie Smallz

    Such a ridiculous and frivolous lawsuit. This kind of stuff pisses me off. “Hey let’s sue Google because our site isn’t ranked #1 and making any money!” It’s called a business plan, and those retards at 1plusV shouldn’t have started to play with the big boys if they aren’t smart enough to NOT put their entire business into one single point of failure…WHICH THEY DON’T CONTROL.

    It’s called business 101, maybe that’s why the french unemployment rate is so high…Oh well, being unemployed certainly gives them more time to sit around and think up more outrageous lawsuits.