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    [November 24th, 2009 20:18]

    Rumor has Microsoft talking to large web publishers and offering to pay them to ban Google

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    Default Re: [DailyTech] Microsoft, News Corp in Talks to Block Google from Accessing Content

    Ya i read about it in the last night. I believe its just a rumor! Its no way to stop google and just waste of money, and ms knows it. First of all, even ms doesnt have that kinda money to bribe 'em all. Second, site owners wont do it because a good google rank worth much more than some random money. I mean google is now a web standard, only way to take it down or get a chance to stand against it is to do what google is doing with more effort. I think thats exactly what is ms doing with bing, providing people a better place to search.

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