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Google should make every one of their search results redirect to the white house website. The white house site would crash from the volume of hits they get, making quite a powerful statement against the censorship bills, amirite?

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It would be annoying as hell though

Izzie_23s avatar Izzie_23 Yeah You Are +12Reply

Why the white house? Obama already said he opposes the bill.

Semi-related: Not sure if it still is, but whitehouse.com used to be a porn site. It'd be hilarious if it still is and people went to it thinking they'd be protesting.

Yeah, the white house has nothing to do with SOPA/PIPA

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The white house is against it, and has threated to veto.

Google can't do that. The websites that it shows can.

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@Treldman Google can't do that. The websites that it shows can.

Google can show their search results normally. If I google amirite, it would show me what appears to be a link to amirite.net, but really, it takes you to whatever government website.

How would that prove anything? It wouldn't prove that people oppose pipa, it would just prove that people google a lot.

@runnerdude How would that prove anything? It wouldn't prove that people oppose pipa, it would just prove that people google a lot.

It would show that google has a lot of power over the Internet and it would be a warning to the government. Google should go militant about this.

AtheisticMystics avatar AtheisticMystic Yeah You Are +4Reply
@AtheisticMystic It would show that google has a lot of power over the Internet and it would be a warning to the government. Google...

Start creating new autofills?
"Alright let's look up a recipe for chicken pot pie. C...ongress hates freedom? What?"

That a real thing. It's called a DOS attack.

But Google would never do that because they would loose so much money from website linking.

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