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Submission + - Google Gets "Ungoogleable" Removed From Swedish (itworld.com) 1

jfruh writes: "The Swedish Language Council is a semi-official, government funded body that regulates, cultivates, and tracks changes to the Swedish language. Every year it releases a list of new words that have crept into Swedish, and one of 2012's entries was "ogooglebar" — "ungoogleable," meaning something that can't be found with a search engine. After Google demanded that the definition be changed and the Council add a disclaimer about Google's trademark, the Council has instead decided to remove the word from the list altogether."
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Google Gets "Ungoogleable" Removed From Swedish

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