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07/06/2012

Google searches the world over, finds too much anti-LGBTness

by Jeremy Hooper

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More non-evilness from the "don't be evil" company:

Google is launching a new campaign calling on countries to ‘Legalize Love’ – making it legal to be lesbian, gay or bisexual around the world.

The campaign, which will officially launch tomorrow (7 July), is likely to start by focusing on Poland and Singapore but eventually spread to every country where Google has an office around the world.

KEEP READING: Google to launch global bid to ‘Legalize Love’ for gays [Gay Star News]

Wonder if they had to resist the urge to call the campaign "Don't act like a Yahoo!"

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