Serious Defect In Google Spell Checker
HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT -- This is not complicated. The Google search engine is clearly biased toward certain spellings of given and surnames. Thus, it blocks searches to names that involve variations -- it's as if people with any variations in the spelling of their names DO NOT EXIST. This is an entirely predictable defect and more than an inaccuracy or an error; in the age of online social networking, it's unethical (e.g., is Google receiving money to give some names access and by default, blocking other names?).