Company is angry over its Google position

Here is it again – a kid based search engine based in LA was so upset with its Google position that it decided to take Google to court.
The tiff against Google started when Kinderstart started loosing rankings in the search engine going from 18 million page views a month in 2005, and then all of a sudden over 70 percent of their traffic just stopped coming.
Supposedly the owner thinks that Google black listed the site because it was also in the search engine market, and might be seen as a competitor with Google.
So, now Google has been asking a judge to dismiss the suit, because Google has its first amendment rights to choose whatever websites are the most relevant for the keyword term typed in the search engine.
Kinderstart might just have to wake up and realize that their website might not be the best search result […]

Original post by Chris Gilmer and software by Elliott Back

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