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Re: Did Microsoft Hire Consumer Watchdog to Attack Google?

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____/ Chris Ahlstrom on Thursday 22 Apr 2010 19:35 : \____

> nessuno pulled this Usenet boner:
>> <Quote>
>> FOR A verifiable fact, Microsoft is the biggest lobbying monster in
>> its area. Someone has just informed us that ConsumerWatchdog.org is
>> apparently a lobby used by Microsoft (mostly to attack Google), so we
>> decided to investigate this. Having already found some Microsoft-
>> backed anti-Google lobbies in the past [1, 2, 3, 4, 5], we took a look
>> at this latest company?s background and dug a lot deeper. Let?s see
>> what ConsumerWatchdog.org says about Microsoft and what
>> ConsumerWatchdog.org has to say about Google. What a striking
>> difference.
>> </Quote>
>> http://techrights.org/2009/05/04/consumer-watchdog-exposed/
> Follow this link, a search at ConsumerWatchdog for "Microsoft":
>    http://www.consumerwatchdog.org/search/?searchQuery=microsoft&topicId=&search=Go+%BB
> Every article on the first page (20 articles) is about.... Google!!!
> Search for Google, and you get (I think) the same set.
> Search for Oracle.  The first 3 articles are about Google.  The rest are a
> grab bag of stuff seemingly unrelated to Oracle.

There were followup posts. They tried to take this offsite with me (E-mail), but could not
deny the allegations.

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