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Google Toolbar Keeps Controversial AutoLink
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 5/14/2005 08:32:00 PM.

When Google first released Google Toolbar 3 three months ago, it faced a storm of criticism from Webmasters and publishers who were upset about a feature called AutoLink.

AutoLink can turn a Web page’s references to addresses and package tracking information, books and vehicles into hyperlinks to other sites.

AutoLink remains a key part of the full toolbar release, though Google has modified the feature to give users more options for switching the default sites for the links.

Google also has shifted the color of inserted links to distinguish them from other links, a company spokeswoman said.

The latest version of the toolbar upgrade is currently available as a download for Internet Explorer.

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