Memorial Day is the day the United States has set apart to stand in remembrance and reverence for those men and women that gave the ultimate sacrifice for our freedoms.
So why would a tech giant choose to use a terrorist sympathizer for its Google doodle on such a special day?
Watch as I give you the background on the person Google chose to “honour” this past Memorial Day and contrast it with the images displayed on the Bing search engine.
Google has already earned plenty of criticism for not having Easter on its home page for the last eighteen years in addition to the rumours that its algorithms downgrade certain conservative searches.
In the end, the blood spilled by those Google chose not to honour, means they can do whatever they want as a private company, but so can we in choosing not to use their product.