Anyone know how to work around the search engines' compulsion to send you to their local version when in another country - ie Spain?
If I type in google.com, I get google.es. Same with yahoo. If I manually change the address again in the title bar, it reverts to .es as soon as I hit the button. I end up using .co.uk as that seems to be OK, it's only the dot coms. Anyone? There must be a fix to this?
I'm actually getting the .co.uk version as well.. I'd like to know how to get around it too Iz
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