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Yahoo Founders :: 9/11 = #1 News Search in Last 15 Years

My guess is that most of those searches have been (and continue to be) searches for answers!

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http://www.breakingnews.ie/world/terror-attacks-top-last-15-years-online-news-searches-448855.html

05/03/2010 - 15:38:49

The September 11 terrorist attacks, cloning and the Iraq war top a list of online news searches in the last 15 years, a new study shows.

Saddam Hussein, Harry Potter and the deaths of Michael Jackson and Australian conservationist Steve Irwin were also hot topics, according to the list released by internet company Yahoo! to mark its 15th birthday.

The figures also reveal that the number of websites has reached an estimated 200 million from just 18,000 in 1995, with the number of users increasing from 10 million globally, or less than 0.33% of the world’s population, 15 years ago to the current 1.6 billion or 25%, Yahoo! said.

Yahoo! co-founders Jerry Yang and David Filo said: “These numbers are astonishing, but even more important and more exciting is the impact that the internet is having on so many people around the world.

If You’re on 9/11 Truth Listserves

If You’re on 9/11 Truth Listserves

Then you may have already gotten the posts I pasted below; posting them here for posterity.

Background; this morning I was checking my comprehensive Google Alerts and was really disturbed about the extraordinary lack of links to articles referencing “Fourteen Points”. To make sure this article was getting in front of people’s faces, I blasted off the below email to about 30 independent media and credible truth activists, then posted it to the following listserves directly from my Gmail account:

9/11 Questions Meetup Portland discussion list
911truthalliance

911 Visibility Project Action List
Blogger Brigade

Article on Yahoo News

"The Truthers Are Out There" - Weekly Standard Coverage, on Yahoo! News

http://news.yahoo.com/s/weeklystandard/20070918/cm_weeklystandard/thetruthersareoutthere

BBC Newsnight: Yahoo caught providing information against Bloggers in China

Imagine a knock on the door after you have been on the internet, blogging, and the next moment you are under arrest. Not the latest BBC drama - but a real life one. Amnesty International today (27th October 2006) launched a campaign in defence of internet bloggers in many countries - including China, Tunisia and Iran who have been arrested for expressing views which have upset their governments.

But how have they been tracked down? It turns out that they have been turned in by major internet providers such as Yahoo and Microsoft, who have supplied foreign governments with the information they need to pursue them. We'll be asking these companies whether they believe in free speech.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/programmes/newsnight/6092826.stm

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL: "Call to Bloggers" to stand up for freedom ahead of world meeting on future of Internet
http://web.amnesty.org/library/Index/ENGPOL300552006