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Post 44 Blog: Google on First Lady Image Flap

Check out The Post's 44 Blog for its take on the flap over Google and the First Lady's image.

Search engine behemoth Google is apologizing for image-search results delivered for first lady Michelle Obama that show the No. 1 image of her online to be a racist caricature.

"We apologize if you've had an upsetting experience using Google. We hope you understand our position regarding offensive results," says a house ad from "the Google team" served up in conjunction with image results for queries on the first lady's name.

Here's the whole story.

By Cecilia Kang  |  November 24, 2009; 4:44 PM ET
 
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