Well very logic don't you think?! :-)
"A woman injured by a car on a busy road is suing Google for giving her dangerous walking directions."
Not to be picky, but I think the source of the story is searchengineland.com/woman-fol ...
You are right to claim it Barry, people have no respect for original sources nowadays. And that sucks.
Hold your horses :-), @Barry, Sorry about that. I got the story trough a another website and so I didn't know that SEL was the original source. I probably overlooked the story in Google Reader.
My answer wasn't against you, WebSonic, I know you weren't aware about the source. It wasn't against TG Daily's Emma Woollacott and other plagiarists.
Via Barry;s Twitter account, also see: daggle.com/mainstream-media-st ...
It's cool. Happens to this site all the time also, now doesn't it?
to every good-but-not-famous-enough website basically
Men finds out his wife cheats on him. Sues Google for letting him find out and ruin his life.
Let's try and find some more creative examples :-)
=) Let's hope the result of tthis case can be read via forum.
Wow, the famous press agency AFP (Agence France Press) mentions Search Engine Land as the original source of the lawsuit