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Someone at Google needs to be fired today [Jun. 10th, 2010|10:15 am]
Douglas Spencer
Amongst my specialties are such diverse elements as advising companies on the usability and accessibility of their websites, and explaining to them how making changes to their website which lead to the website being less usable and less accessible is really really stupid.

Today, Google is being really really stupid.

Changes which destroy usability and accessibility need to have a usable and accessible opt-out which is easy, which is quick, and which actually works.

Google, today you fail.
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[User Picture]From: hazeii
2010-06-12 10:19 am (UTC)
It had normally mild-mannered people here raging at Google's stupidity; it's like getting into your car as usual to find someone's changed the decor and you can't read the instruments any more.

As you have probably noted, the HTTPS search doesn't have this (mis)feature.
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