February 7, 2014

Google's Rainbow-Colored Message to Moscow

Sam Adams, Daily Mirror

The Associated Press

Alongside the doodle Google ran a passage from the Olympic Charter stating that every individual should be able to practice sport "without discrimination."

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TAGGED: Google, Sochi Olympics, Russia, Gay Rights, Homosexuals

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