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#NEW: Whenever Google is caught doing something dubious, its response is always the same: Blame someone else.

We've pulled together a sampling of Google's blame-shifting and created a parody "Google Doodle." Play the "Google Blame Game" here:
googletransparencyproject.org/articles/play-… 1/4
When journalists or regulators have raised questions about Google's conduct, Google has cast blame at different times to Microsoft, Apple, Rupert Murdoch, Viacom, Oracle, Fox, AT&T, MPAA, NBC Universal, publishers, competitors... 2/4
...comparison shopping sites, “some existing providers,” “a small number of websites”—even “an anti-Google Industrial Complex.”
politico.com/story/2011/02/… 3/4
After a certain age, everyone, even multinational corporations, has to start taking responsibility for their actions.

So, in honor of Google’s 21st birthday a few weeks ago, we pulled together a sampling of Google's attempts to blame others for its dubious conduct. Enjoy! 4/4
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