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Iam curious as to how the moderators are chosen..
10/11/2012 at 09:18 PM
NO MORE SPENDING LIMIT INCREASE!!! To much spiendng is what got us into this mess. More spiendng will not solve anything!!Ron Paul 2012, a change for America's Interest NOT Special Interest!!!
11/06/2012 at 01:12 AM
in an earlier mesasge, Google opened this blog by emphasising that it is "a multinational corporation" and that it wants to provide "a resource for policymakers around the world". Those are it's words - not mine. So if it wants this to be an international blog, then it should have international items.This isn't a case of getting my "political fix for [my] region" - it's a case of what are Google's international policies. If this were a blog about Google's U.S. policies, then your point would be well made - but as it says it is about international policies, then that's what I'm asking for.Yes it may be "skewed towards the American political system" - but that's still different from being (almost) exclusively about the American political system.Freeman
11/06/2012 at 03:10 AM
Yet ANOTHER purely U.S. aitrcle (see my comment on the previous aitrcle).Is this meant to be a blog on Google U.S. policy, or on international policy?That's just the nature of the internet - it's still heavily US biased. Nearly every site one goes defaults to a US time zone.I actually find it more irritating going to another country and having Google auto-select a localised site when I have specifically typed in Google.com. If I wanted Google.ae, I would type that. Given that Arabic is a minority language in the UAE, it is crazy that Google keeps defaulting to that even when users type in the American/international address.
11/08/2012 at 12:36 AM
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