MaudlinMutantMollusk: ¡Cuidado! ¡High lamas!
BizarreMan: Sensor or Censor?
coffeeburns: I came for a picture of this sensor.
skozlaw: The last time I tried Bing I was looking for a Technet article and it couldn't find it. Google gave it me the article on the first try right at the top of the first page.So... yea... I have no trouble believing them here when they basically say Bing just sucks./ farking default IE search provider....
Stone Meadow: MaudlinMutantMollusk: ¡Cuidado! ¡High lamas!You misspelled "llamas"... ;^)
skozlaw: / farking default IE search provider....
UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: Stone Meadow: MaudlinMutantMollusk: ¡Cuidado! ¡High lamas!You misspelled "llamas"... ;^)The one-l lama,He's a priest.The two-l llama,He's a beast.And I will bet A silk pajamaThere isn't any Three-l lllama.**The author's attention has been called to a type of conflagration known as a three-alarmer. Pooh. -Ogden Nash
Sudo_Make_Me_A_Sandwich: I went to bing and googled
Mikey1969: OK, I'm confused here... The results are censored OUTSIDE of China? I thought it was supposed to be the other way around, shiat was censored in China, and free on the outside. Is this saying that I can actually get more correct results(In Chinese) INSIDE of China?
Some 'Splainin' To Do: Mikey1969: OK, I'm confused here... The results are censored OUTSIDE of China? I thought it was supposed to be the other way around, shiat was censored in China, and free on the outside. Is this saying that I can actually get more correct results(In Chinese) INSIDE of China?Not quite. What the article is reporting is that if you search the Chinese Language version of Bing and you do it outside of China, you get the same results that you would if you did the same search from within China, which is to say that you're getting the results that are approved by the Chinese censors. This is in contrast to, for instance, Google where a search of their Chinese site from the outside gives you an unrestricted set of results that are different from the ones you would get doing a search from within China.Basically, it looks like Bing just has one Chinese language portal and that it conforms to the demands of the Chinese government.
Big Beef Burrito: BizarreMan: Sensor or Censor?Censer[2.bp.blogspot.com image 224x331]
Valiente: The usual raft of jokes aside, corporations and totalitarian governments give each other reacharounds reflexively. They have a common goal of going in dry.
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