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Hilarity ensued when I attempted to ask permission rather than the normal forgiveness.  You see, I thought I'd grown older and wiser when I had the bright idea to proactively contact Google regarding a specific use of their API.You'll have to read their response.  It's classic new Google.

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from searchcommander 2953 Days ago #
Votes: 1

I'll bet they'd give you PLENTY of legal advice if you were to do something they didn't like - likely beginning with "Hereby cease and desist..."

from gegan249 2953 Days ago #
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It's unreal.  They really do want to do the 'ask forgiveness not permission' method of deployment.  I suppose there is nothing wrong with that except that I thought I was being good this time and doing it the right way.  ONWARD!

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