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Google More Evil Than Satin - MSN Search Says So
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 11/13/2004 09:50:00 AM.

The beta version of MSN's search tool has sparked controversy less than a week after its launch when sharp-eyed users noticed that a search for 'more evil than Satan' brings back Google's homepage as the top match. Duncan Parry, creative director at positiondriver.co.uk, a firm which specialises in helping business customers optimise their search engine rankings, told vnunet.com that he suspected foul play.

"Either this is the result of mischief, where someone at MSN has tweaked an algorithm to make this specific search string come up with the top ranking, [or] it is fluke and there is a content match," he said.

However, Microsoft UK search business manager David Graham hit back at the allegations, insisting that the most likely explanation is that the words 'more than' in the string matches with Google's homepage statement that its "index nearly doubles to more than 8 billion pages".

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