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What's the White House Staff looking for on Google?

By Mauricio Freitas, in , posted: 2-Apr-2006 11:29

One of the Google Circles used as example on the new Google Circle service I wrote about before is the White House IP range.

It looks like the White House Staff is looking for some WMD on Craigslist?

While on that page it is worth looking at other circles. Search for "Apple" and you'll see they are looking for information on "Intel", "anti-trust law music industry", and "cheap cell phone components"... Yeah, right.

Or of course it could just be an April Fools' joke... Check the copyright notice at the bottom of the page (it's not Google) and check the FAQ...


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