You would think your free to state your opinion online within reason. It seems Google isn't so open minded if there is any truth to this web page.
http://www.techwankers.com/2010/02/24/g … chwankers/
Never mind ey.
They can't expect to bad mouth their advertising publisher and not suffer any repercussions, it's the way the world works.
Nevertheless, this was probably a little bit overkill!
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